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Directory of summer programs.

Alabama

University of Mobile

Barbara Laurendine, director of Summer Music Camp, University of Mobile, Fine Arts Department, 5735 College Pkwy., Mobile, AL 36613; (251) 442-2402, fax: (251) 442-2526; www.umobile.edu

Summer Music Camp, Mobile, 6/6-6/10. Featured teachers: Music faculty of the University of Mobile with other area musicians. Type of participants: Brass, woodwind, string and percussion instrumentalists, vocalists, guitarists and pianists. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, master classes, performance skills, accompanying, chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, electronic and computer music and daily performances. Cost: $155 elementary; $175 secondary, both w/out housing.

Alaska

University of Alaska Fairbanks

Karri VanDeventer, public relations specialist, University of Alaska Fairbanks, P.O. Box 80845, Fairbanks, AK 99708; (907) 474-8869, fax: (907) 474-4329; festival@alaska.net; www.fsaf.org

Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival, Fairbanks, 7/17-7/31. Featured teachers: Louise McClelland, John Barcellona, Greg Hopkins, Russell Guyver and Linda Wang. Type of participants: Brass, string, woodwind and percussion instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Collegiate, professional and adults age 18 or older. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, theory, workshops, dance, theater, opera, visual arts, healing arts and creative writing. Cost: $1,000 with housing; $350-$450 w/out housing. Credit available.

Arizona

Northern Arizona University

Mandy Gifford, office assistant, Northern Arizona University, Department of Music, P.O. Box 6041, Flagstaff, AZ 86011-6041; (928) 523-2323, fax: (928) 523-1133; music.camp@nau.edu; www.nau.edu/musiccamp

Summer Music Camp-Junior Camp, Flagstaff, 6/18-6/25 and 6/26-7/9. Featured teachers: Daniel Schmidt, Nola Jones, Edith Copley and Darko Butorac. Type of participants: Woodwind, percussion and string instrumentalists, guitarists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, popular music and reed making. Cost: $525 with housing; $365 w/out housing.

Summer Music Camp-Senior Camp, Flagstaff, 6/26-7/9. Featured teachers: Daniel Schmidt, Nola Jones, Darko Butorac and Edith Copley. Type of participants: Woodwind, brass and percussion instrumentalists, guitarists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory and popular music. Cost: $910 with housing; $610 w/out housing.

Arkansas

Inspiration Point Fine Arts Colony

Kathryn Hickman, camp director, Inspiration Point Fine Arts Colony, 513 N.W. Arlington, Lawton, OK 73507-6826; (580) 357-3775 or (580) 353-0716, fax: (580) 357-2680; www.ipfac.org

Inspiration Point Fine Arts Colony Piano/String Camp, 7 miles west of Eureka Springs, AR, 7/24-7/31. Featured teachers: Jim Breckenridge, Jim Waddelow, Kevin Costley, Gene Moon and Leon Whitesell. Type of participants: Violinists, violists, cellists, bassists and pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, electronic and computer music, MIDI lab, vocal music and choir. Cost: $225 with housing.

Inspiration Point Fine Arts Colony Vocal Camp, 7 miles west of Eureka Springs, AR, 7/31-8/6. Featured teachers: Doris Lambert, Larry Baldwin, Lavonna and Leon Whitesell and Kathryn Hickman. Type of participants: Vocalists. Age or grade level Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, mixed choirs, accompanying, chamber music, history, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, popular music and musical revue. Cost: $225 with housing.

California

Berklee College of Music

Elizabeth Dawe, applicant advisor, Berklee College of Music, Department of Special Programs, 1140 Boylston St., Boston, MA 02215; (617) 747-2245, fax: (617) 262-5419; summer@berklee.edu; www.berldee.edu

Berklee in L.A., Fullerton, 7/31-8/4. Type of participants: Instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Age 15 and older. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, improvisation, jazz, technique, workshops and popular music. Cost: $1,325 with housing; $875 w/out housing.

California Summer Music

Yukiko Grine, office manager, California Summer Music, 236 W. Portal Ave., #104, San Francisco, CA 94127; (415) 753-8920, fax: (415) 753-8934; csm@csmusic.org; www.csmusic.org

California Summer Music, Pebble Beach, 7/9-8/1. Featured teachers: Irene Sharp, Milan Vitek, Basil Vendryes, Kathryn Brown and David Tcimpidis. Type of participants: Violinists, violists, cellists and pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Soloists, chamber musicians, composition, private lessons, technique, repertoire, theory and workshops. Cost: $3,000 with housing; $1,300 w/out housing.

Idyllwild Arts

Diane Dennis, registrar, Idyllwild Arts Summer Program, P.O. Box 38, Idyllwild, CA 92549; (951) 659-2171, ext. 2365, fax: (951) 659-4552; summer@idyllwildarts.org; www.idyllwildarts.org

Idyllwild Arts Summer Program, Idyllwild, 7/10-8/21. Featured teachers: Jeff Tower, Yehuda Gilad, Grant Gershon, Doris Lederer and Larry Livingston. Type of participants: Jazz and orchestral instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, workshops and theory. Cost: $925 per week with housing; $725 per week w/out housing.

International Young Artists Peninsula Music Festival

Erika Chary, founder/director, International Young Artists Peninsula Music Festival, 6931 Vallon Dr., Palos Verdes Peninsula, CA 90275; (310) 377-8891, fax: (310) 544-6319

International Young Artists Peninsula Music Festival, Palos Verdes Peninsula, 5/28-5/29. Type of participants: Instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade /eve/: Age 28 and younger. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles and chamber music. Auditions: April 23-24, 2005, by audiotape/disc or in person. Cost: $35 application fee; maximum $70 per ensemble.

Music Academy of the West

Nancy Vogel, assistant to the president, Music Academy of the West, 1070 Fairway Rd., Santa Barbara, CA 93108; (805) 969-4726, fax: (805) 969-0686; catalog@musicacademy.org or festival@musicacademy.org; www.musicacademy.org

Summer School and Festival Santa Barbara, 6/18-8/13. Featured teachers: Jerome Lowenthal, Marilyn Home, Warren Jones, Kathleen Winkler and Jeanne Baxtresser. Type of participants: Orchestral instrumentalists, vocalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Collegiate and pre-professional. Emphasis: Solos, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, private lessons and repertoire.

Notre Dame de Namur University

Michael Schmitz, chair, Department of Music, Notre Dame de Namur University, 1500 Ralston Ave., Belmont, CA 94002; (650) 508-3597, fax: (650) 508-3736; mschmitz@ndnu.edu; www.music.ndnu.edu/smc

NDNU Summer Music Camp, Belmont, 6/25-7/3. Featured teachers: Mitchell Klein, Daniel Glover, Thomas Hansen and Carole Mayedo. Type of:participants: String instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, history, private lessons, technique and repertoire. Cost: $1,100 with housing; $600 w/out housing.

Pacific Union College

Lois Case, director, Pacific Union College, Music Department/Prep. Division, 1 Angwin Ave., Angwin, CA 94508; (707) 965-6201, fax: (707) 965-6738; lfield@puc.edu

Celebrating Strings, Angwin, 6/25-6/29. Featured teachers: Jeananne Weber, Betty Lawrence, Katy Lawrence and Rick Concoff. Type of participants: String instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary, Emphasis: Ensembles, educators/IMTs, chamber music, improvisation, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire and sight reading. Cost: Varies with accommodations; $250 w/out housing.

San Francisco Conservatory of Music (See advertisement on page 53.)

Laura Reynolds Chrisp, summer programs coordinator, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, Summer Music West, 1201 Ortega St., San Francisco, CA 94510; (415) 759-3454, fax: (415) 759-3499; smw@sfcm.edu; www.sfcm.edu

Summer Music West, San Francisco, 6/20-8/5. Featured teachers: Doris Fukaw, Alexis Alrich, Ellen Kerrigan and Bruce Lamott. Type of participants: Violinists, violists, cellists, flutists, oboists, clarinetists, bassoonists, hornists, pianists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory and workshops. Cost: $310-$775 w/out housing.

Colorado

Colorado College

Bettina Swigger, festival manager, Colorado College, Summer Programs, 14 E. Cache la Poudre St., Colorado Springs, CO 80903; (719) 389-6098, fax: (719) 389-6955; festival@coloradocollege.edu; www.coloradocollege.edu/ summerprograms

Summer Music Festival, Colorado Springs, 6/1 5-7/5. Featured teachers: Scott Yoo, Robert Chen, Bion Tsang, Jon Manassee and Marina Piccinini. Type of participants: Violinists, violists, cellists, string bassists, clarinetists, oboists, flutists, bassoonists and hornists. Age or grade level: Collegiate and pre-professional. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, orchestra and private lessons. Cost: Full scholarships for all students, with housing.

Durango, Colorado 9-R

Susan Lander, executive director, Durango, Colorado 9-R, Music Department, 201 E. 12th St., Durango, CO 81301; (970) 385-6820; manager@musicinthemountains.com; www.musicinthemountians.com

Music in the Mountains Goes to School Durango, 7/17-8/7. Featured teachers: Arkady Fomin, Linda Clark, John Pennington and Michela Matir. Type of participants: Instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Elementary. Emphasis: Ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, technique, workshops and classical music. Cost: Free w/out housing.

Pikes Peak Young Composers Competition

Leonard Rhodes, founder and director, Pikes Peak Young Composers Competition, P.O. Box 7252, Colorado Springs, CO 80933-7252; (719) 332-0161, fax: (719) 593-1831; info@pikespeakyoungcomposers.org; www.pikespeakyoungcomposers.org

Pikes Peak Young Composers Summer Festival, Colorado Springs, 7/14-7/17. Featured teachers: Carlton Garner, Leonard Rhodes, Margaret Miller, Curtis Smith and Mark Arnest. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, teachers and composers. Age or grade level: Secondary, collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, educators/independent music teachers, composers, workshops and composition. Cost: $195 w/out housing.

Rocky Ridge Music Center

Carina Voly, music director, Rocky Ridge Music Center, 465 Longs Peak Rd., Estes Park, CO 80517; (970) 586-4031, fax: (970) 586-6685; Office@rockyridge.org; www.rockyridge.org

"Intro" Young Artist Seminar, Estes Park, 6/19-7/10. Featured teachers: Chiara Quartet, Susan Freier, Stephen Harrison, Catherine Herbener and William McMullen. Type of participants: Pianists and all wind and string instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Ages 15-16. Emphasis: Soloists, chamber music, private lessons and theory. Cost: $1,900 with housing.

Junior Student Seminars I & II, Estes Park, 7/26-8/7 and 8/9-8/20. Featured teachers: Catherine Herbener, Marina and Fred Hammond, David Neely, David Carter, Claudia Anderson and William McMullen. Type of participants: Pianists and all wind, string and brass instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Ages 10-15. Emphasis: Soloists, chamber music, private lessons, technique, theory, hiking, horseback riding, swimming and crafts. Cost: $1,265 Seminar 1, with housing; $1,160 Seminar II with housing. Contact: Connie Cook Glen, program director, Rocky Ridge Music Center.

Young Artist Seminar, Estes Park, 6/19-7/24; 7/26-8/7; and 8/9-8/20. Featured teachers: Chiara String Quartet, Susan Freier, Stephen Harrison, Catherine Herbener and William McMullen. Type of participants: Pianists and all wind and string instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Ages 15-22. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, private lessons and theory. Cost: $2,900 with housing.

Georgia

Brenau University

Terry L. Robinson, director of Firespark! Programs, Brenau University, Firespark!, 1 Centennial Cir., Gainesville, GA 30501; (800) 252-5119, fax: (770) 534-6742; firespark@lib.brenau.edu; www.firespark.org

Firespark!, Gainesville, 7/17-7/30. Featured teachers: Michelle Rouche, David Thomas, Wayne Kirby, Chris Culver and Ted Conner. Type of participants: Brass and woodwind instrumentalists, guitarists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, theory, popular music, electronic music and recording techniques. Cost: $1,099 with housing; $999 w/out housing.

Wesleyan College

Jo Ann Green, executive director, MidSummer Macon, Wesleyan College, 4760 Forsyth Rd., Macon, GA 31210; (478) 757-5174, fax: (478) 757-3990; jogreen@wesleyancollege.edu; www.midsummermacon.org

MidSummer Macon, Macon, 6/12-6/25. Featured teachers: Susan McDuffie, Elizabeth Head Lamback, Calista Waddy and Betsy Jones. Type of participants: String, brass and woodwind instrumentalists, pianists, vocalists and guitarists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, sight reading, theory and popular music. Cost: $790 with housing; $395 w/out housing.

Illinois

DePaul University

Caitlyn Valovick, workshop assistant, DePaul University, School of Music, 804 E. Belden, Chicago, IL 60614; (773) 325-4358, fax: (773) 325-7263; cvalovic@depaul.edu; http://music.depaul.edu/workshops/ index.html

Orff-Schulwerk Teacher Training Course, Chicago, 7/11-7/25. Featured teachers: JoElla Hug, Brian Burnett and Donna Massello-Chiacos. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary teachers and independent music teachers. Emphasis: Accompanying, improvisation, technique, pedagogy, sight reading, workshops and theory. Cost: With housing: to be announced; $1,575 w/credit, no housing; $730 w/out credit, no housing (prices subject to change). Credit available.

Northern Illinois University

Deborah Booth, director, Summer in the Arts at Northern, Northern Illinois University, VPA External Programs, DeKalb, IL 60115; (815) 753-1450, fax: (815) 753-8372; dbooth@niu.edu; www.niu.edu/extprograms

NIU Jazz Camp, DeKalb, 7/17-7/22. Featured teachers: Ron Carter, Marlene Rosenberg, Art Davis and Rodrigo Villanueva. Type of participants: Jazz instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary, Emphasis: Ensembles, jazz combos and big bands, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, popular music and workshops. Cost: $425 with housing.

Northwestern University

Angela Taylor, coordinator, Northwestern University, Music Department, 711 Elgin Rd., Evanston, IL 60208; (847) 491-3141, fax: (847) 467-7440; a-taylor8@northwestern.edu; www.music.northwestern.edu

National High School Music Institute, Evanston, 6/26-7/29. Featured teachers: Daniel Farris, Rollo Dillworth and James Kjelland. Type of participants: String and wind instrumentalists, vocalists, conductors and teachers. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, repertoire, workshops, theory and electronic and computer music.

Roosevelt University

Diane Aitken, publicity chair, Chicago Area Music Teachers Association, Roosevelt University, 5844 N. Magnolia Ave., Chicago, IL 60660; (773) 878-7513, fax: (773) 878-0164; djaitken@prodigy.net

Nancy Bachus Workshop, Chicago, 6/17. Featured teacher: Nancy Bachus. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary through collegiate. Emphasis: History, technique, pedagogy and repertoire. Cost: $40 pre-register; $45 at the door.

Steans Institute for Young Artists

Diane P. Dorn, director, Steans Institute for Young Artists, Piano and Strings Department, Ravinia Festival, 418 Sheridan Rd., Highland Park, IL 60035; (847) 266-5106, fax: (847) 266-5063; siya@ravinia.org; www.ravinia.org

Program for Piano and Strings, Highland Park, 6/18-7/24. Featured teachers: Miriam Fried, Kim Kashkashian, Paul Katz, Leon Fleisher and John O'Conor. Type of participants: String instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, private lessons, repertoire, performance skills and master classes. Cost: All those accepted will receive a full scholarship.

Program for Singers, Highland Park, 7/30-8/24. Featured teachers: Martin Katz, Malcolm Martineau, Brian Zeger, Rudolf Piernay and Hakan Hagegard. Type of participants: Vocalists. Age or grade level: Professional. Emphasis: Soloists, private lessons, performance skills and master classes. Cost: All those accepted will receive a full scholarship.

Program for Vocal Chamber Music, Highland Park, 7/21-8/7. Featured teachers: Margo Garrett, Benita Valente and Timothy Eddy. Type of participants: String instrumentalists, pianists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music and performance skills. Cost: All those accepted will receive a full scholarship.

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign David Allen, coordinator OPE, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Department of Music, 1114 W. Nevada St., Urbana, IL 61801; (217) 333-6453, fax: (217) 244-6458 OPE@music.uiuc.edu; www.music.uiuc.edu

Illinois Summer Youth Music, Urbana, Session I: 6/18-6/25, Session II: 7/3-7/9 and Session III: 7/17-7/23. Featured teachers: Don Schleicher, Chip McNeil, Elliot Chasanov, William Moersch and other members of the school of music faculty. Type of participants: All instrumentalists and vocalists. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, workshops, theory and electronic and computer music. Cost: $535 with housing; $350 w/out housing.

Indiana

Anderson University

Beth Doub, public relations and recruiting, Anderson University, Department of Music, 1100 E. 5th St., Anderson, IN 46012; (765) 641-4543, fax: (765) 641-3809; badoub@anderson.edu; www.anderson.edu

Orff Schulwerk Certification Program, Levels I, II & III Anderson, 7/18-7/29. Featured teachers: Lisa Sullivan, Cyndee Giebler, Steven Calantropio and Sarah Hassler. Type of participants: Teachers and independent music teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Improvisation, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory and electronic and computer music. Cost: $750 three hrs. graduate credit; $575 no credit, housing optional. Credit available.

The Christian Performing Artists' Fellowship

Karen Wilder, The Christian Performing Artists' Fellowship, P.O. Box 700, Winona Lake, IN 46590; (574) 267-5973, fax: (574) 267-2538; cpaf@christianperformingart.org; www.masterworksfestival.org

The Masterworks Festival, Winona Lake, 6/18-7/17. Featured teachers: Mary Irwin, Soh-Hyun Altino, Lori Rhoden, Linda Strommen and James Kraft. Type of participants: Orchestral instrumentalists, vocalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary, collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Soloists, chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire and intensive study program. Cost: $2,200 with housing.

Goshen College

Susan Ellman Graulty, educational outreach coordinator, Goshen College, Department of Music, 1700 S. Main St., Goshen, IN 46526; (574) 535-7945; fax: (574) 535-7949; sgraulty@goshen.edu; www.gcmusiccenter.org

Flute Day, Goshen, 5/20-5/21. Featured teachers: Jacob Roseman and Rebecca Hovan. Type of participants: Flutists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, chamber music, technique, pedagogy and workshops.

Indiana University School of Music (See advertisement on page 111.)

Indiana University, Office of Special Programs, 1201 E. 3rd St., Bloomington, IN 47405; (812) 855-6025; musicsp@indiana.edu

Piano Academy, Bloomington, 6/19-7/9. Featured teacher: Karen Taylor. Type of participants: Piano students. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Cost: Contact Office of Special Programs.

Iowa

University of Iowa

Kevin Kastens, ASMC director, University of Iowa, Music Department, 1064 Voxman Music Bldg., Iowa City, IA 52242; (319) 335-1635, fax: (319) 353-2555; kevin-kastens@uiowa.edu; www.uiowa.edu/~bands/asmc

All-State Music Camps, Iowa City, June. Featured teachers: Peter Griffin, William LaRue Jones, Tim Stalter, Thad Driskell and John Rapson. Type of participants: Band, orchestral, jazz and percussion instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, workshops, electronic and computer music and master classes. Cost: $450 with housing; $185 w/out housing.

International Institute for Young Musicians

Scott McBride-Smith, president and executive director, IIYM, P.O. Box 16069, Irvine, CA 92623-6069; (888) 360-3366, fax: (949) 262-9385; info@iiym.com; www.iiym.com

International Institute for Young Musicians, Lawrence, 7/4-7/29. Featured teachers: John Perry, Emilio del Rosario, Leonard Richter, Jack Winerock and Lynda Metelsky. Type of participants: Instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, chamber music, history, technique, repertoire and theory. Cost: $1,800-3,200 with housing.

Kentucky

Northern Kentucky University

Toni Sheffer, director, Music Preparatory Department, Northern Kentucky University, 253 Fine Arts Center, Highland Heights, KY 41099; (859) 572-7737, fax: (859) 572-6076; sheffer@nku.edu; www.music.nku.edu

Summer Piano Institute, Highland Heights, 7/25-7/29. Featured teachers: Sergei Polusmiak, Diana Belland, Ya-Liang Chang, June Chun and Xavier Beteta. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, pianists and teachers. Age or grade level: Age 10 through adult. Emphasis: Soloists, piano duets, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, popular music and workshops. Cost: $240 before May 2 w/out housing; $260 after May 2 w/out housing.

University of Kentucky

Vicki McVay, coordinator, University of Kentucky, Music Department, 105 Fine Arts Bldg., Lexington, KY 40506-0022; (859) 257-2863, fax: (859) 257-9576; VMCVa00@uky.edu

Keyboard Ensemble and Technology Seminar (KETS), Lexington, 6/23-6/30. Featured teachers: Joy Car&n, Susan Ogilvy, Vicki McVay, Larry Keenan and Susan Cooper. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level: Professional and independent music teachers--all levels of music teachers. Emphasis: Technique, pedagogy, electronic and computer music and keyboard ensembles. Cost: $495; housing available. Credit available.

University of Louisville

Jason Lindsey, administrator, Jamey Aebersold Jazz, Summer Jazz Workshops, P.O. Box 1244, New Alabany, IN 47151-1244; (812) 944-8141, fax: (812) 949-2006; jason@jazzbooks.com; www.jazzbooks.com/workshops

Jamey Aebersold Summer Jazz Workshops, Louisville, 6/26-7/8. Featured teachers: Eric Alexander, Rufus Reid, John Riley, Dan Haerle and David Baker. Type of participants: All instrumentalists, vocalists and teachers. Age or grade level: Secondary, collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, history, improvisation, jazz, technique, pedagogy, sight reading, theory and workshops. Cost: $535 with housing; $385 w/out housing. Credit available.

Maine

Camp Encore/Coda

James Saltman, director, Camp Encore/Coda, 32 Grassmere Rd., Brookline, MA 02467; (617) 325-1541, fax: (617) 325-7278; jamie@encore-coda.com; www.encore-coda.com

Camp Encore/Coda, Sweden, Maine, 6/29-8/17. Featured teachers: Brent LaCasce, Don Dregalla, Richard Thomas, Stephanie Schweigart and William Graves. Type of participants: All instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, popular music and workshops. Cost: $3,800 with housing.

Maryland

University of Maryland

University of Maryland, School of Music, Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, College Park, MD 20742; (301) 405-2317, fax: (301) 314-9504

Institute for Jaques-Dalcroze Education, College Park, 7/6-7/22. Featured teachers: Jack Stevenson, Mary Dobrea and Monica Dale. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade/eve/: Professional. Emphasis: Improvisation, private lessons, pedagogy, sight reading, theory and workshops. Cost: TBA. Contact: Jack Stevenson, (610) 691-5544, fax: (410) 465-8472; jacks4bms@bethms.com; www.bethms.com.

National Orchestral Institute, College Park, 6/3-6/26. Featured teachers: Gerard Schwarz and Roberto Minczuk. Type of participants: Orchestral instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Collegiate, professional and ages 18-28. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, technique and repertoire. Contact: Phil Kancianic, Manager; noi@accmail.umd.edu; www.nationalorchestralinstitute.com.

Massachusetts

Belvoir Terrace

Nancy Goldberg, director, Belvoir Terrace, 101 W. 79th St., Ste. 15B, New York, NY 10024; (212) 580-3398; info@belvoirterrace.com; www.belvoirterrace.com

Belvoir Terrace, Lenox, 6/23-8/11. Featured teachers: Laura Goldberg, Alison Charney, Ilinka Manova, Ludmila Konstantinova and Karla Ordonez. Type of participants: String instrumentalists, flutists and pianists. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary, Emphasis: Solosists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading and theory: Cost: $8,400; scholarships available for advanced teens. Credit available.

Berklee College of Music

Elizabeth Dawe, applicant advisor, Berklee College of Music, Special Programs, 1140 Boylston St., Boston, MA 02215; (617) 747-2245, fax: (617) 262-5419; summer@berklee.edu; www.berklee.edu

5 Week Summer Performance Program, Boston, 7/9-8/12. Type of participants: All instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Age 15 and above. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, sight reading, workshops, theory, popular music and computer and electronic music. Cost: $5,190 with housing; $3,195 w/out housing.

Basslines, Boston, 6/10-6/12. Type of participants: Upright and electric bass instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Age 15 and above. Emphasis: Ensembles, improvisation, jazz, technique, workshops and popular music. Cost: $620 with housing; $410 w/out housing.

Berklee Percussion Festival, Boston, 6/27-7/1. Type of participants: Drummers and percussion instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Ages 15 and above. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, improvisation, jazz, technique, workshops and popular music. Cost: $1,050 with housing; $725 w/out housing.

Brass Weekend, Boston, 6/24-6/26. Type of participants: Brass instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Age 15 and above. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, improvisation, jazz, technique, sight reading, workshops and popular music. Cost: $620 with housing; $410 w/out housing.

The Business of Music, Boston, 6/24-6/25. Type of participants: Instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Age 15 and above, Emphasis: Workshops. Cost: $500 with housing; $375 w/out housing.

Guitar Sessions, Boston, 8/14-8/19. Type of participants: Guitarists. Age or grade level: Age 15 and above. Emphasis: Soloists, Ensembles, improvisation, jazz, technique, sight reading, workshops, theory and popular music. Cost: 1,050 with housing; $715 w/out housing.

Music Production Workshop, Boston, 7/15-7/17. Type of participants: Instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Age 15 and above. Emphasis: Workshops and electronic and computer music. Cost: $805 with housing; $595 w/out housing.

Saxophone Weekend, Boston, 6/24-6/26. Type of participants: Saxophonists. Age or grade level: Age 15 and above. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, improvisation, jazz, technique, sight reading, workshops and popular music. Cost: $620 with housing; $410 w/out housing.

Songwriting Workshop, Boston, 8/17-8/20. Type of participants: Instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Age 15 and above. Emphasis: Workshops and popular music. Cost: $835 with housing; $560 w/out housing.

String Fling, Boston, 7/21-7/23. Type of participants: Violinists, violists and cellists. Age or grade level: Age 15 and above. Emphasis: Ensembles, improvisation, jazz and workshops. Cost: $620 with housing; $410 w/out housing.

The Boston Conservatory (See advertisement on page 46.)

Toby Hanchett, summer programs coordinator, The Boston Conservatory, 8 The Fenway, Boston, MA 02215; (617) 912-9166, fax: (617) 912-9101; thanchett@bostonconservatory.edu; www.bostonconservatory.edu

Vocal/Choral Institute, Boston, 7/10-7/23. Featured teachers: William Cutter, Patty Thom, Rick Pirozzolo and Lynn Torgove. Type of participants: Vocalists and conductors. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading and theory. Cost: $1,875 with housing; $1,325 w/out housing.

Longy School of Music (See advertisement on page 59.)

Sarah Hornbeck, director of continuing studies and summer programs, Longy School of Music, Dalcroze, 1 Follon St., Cambridge, MA 02138; (617) 876-0956; shornbeck@longy.edu; www.longy.edu

Dalcroze Summer Institute, Cambridge, one-week option: 6/27-7/1, three-week option: 6/27-7/15. Featured teachers: Anne Farber, Lisa Parker, Cynthia Lilley and Sign Davies. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level: All levels. Emphasis: Improvisation, private lessons, pedagogy, workshops and Dalcroze methods: movement, solfege and musicianship. Cost: 1 week, noncredit: $495; 3 weeks, noncredit: $1,000; 3 weeks w/credit: $1,400; housing: $45/day.

University of Massachusetts at Amherst

Alyson Ekblom, program assistant, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Arts Extension Service, 358 N. Pleasant St., Amherst, MA 010039296; (413) 545-2360, fax: (413) 577-3838; www.umass.edu/aes

Summer Institute for Arts Management, Amherst, 6/23-6/25. Type of participants: Teachers and administrators. Age or grade level: Professional. Emphasis: Activities for administrators. Cost: $455-$480 with housing; $350-$375 w/out housing.

Michigan

Bay View Music Festival

Ray Fowler, artistic director, Bay View Music Festival, 130 Omps Dr., Winchester, VA 22601; (540) 535-0810, fax: (540) 722-0122; info@bayviewfestival.org; www.bayviewfestival.org

Student Artist Program, Bay View, 6/17-8/14. Featured teachers: Martin Katz, The Verdehr Trio, Bay View Brass Quintet, The Westbrook String Quartet and the Quintessence Woodwind Quintet. Type of participants: String, woodwind and brass instrumentalists, pianists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Collegiate, emerging professionals and professionals. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, workshops, theory, popular music, electronic and computer music, vocal coaching, acting and dance. Cost: $2,850 with housing; $1,450 w/out housing.

Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp

Todd Holmberg, program coordinator, Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp, 300 E. Crystal Lake Rd., Twin Lake, MI 49457; (231) 894-1966, fax: (231) 893-5120; holmberg@bluelake.org; www.bluelake.org

Adult Arts Programs, Twin Lake, various four-day sessions from 7/6-8/17. Featured teachers: Various college and public school teachers and performers from across the U.S. Type of participants: Instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Adults with all ability levels. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, improvisation, jazz, technique, repertoire and sight reading. Cost: $160 per session w/out housing.

Band, Twin Lake, Various two-week sessions from 6/29-8/31. Featured teachers: Various college and public school teachers and performers from across the U.S. Type of participants: Band instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, technique, repertoire and sight reading. Cost: $910 with housing.

Orchestra, Twin Lake, Various two-week sessions from 6/29-8/31. Featured teachers: Various college and public school teachers and performers from across the U.S. Type of participants: String, woodwind, brass and percussion instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, history, technique, repertoire and sight reading. Cost: $910 with housing.

Harp, Twin Lake, Various two-week sessions from 6/29-8/31. Featured teachers: Various college and public school teachers and performers from across the U.S. Type of participants: Harpists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, chamber music, history, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading and workshops. Cost: $985 with housing.

Choir, Twin Lake, Various two-week sessions from 6/29-8/31. Featured teachers: Various college and public school teachers and performers from across the U.S. Type of participants: Vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, technique, repertoire and sight reading. Cost: $950 with housing.

Jazz, Twin Lake, Various two-week sessions from 6/29-8/31. Featured teachers: Various college and public school teachers and performers from across the U.S. Type of participants: Tromboe, saxophone, bass, trumpet and percussion instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, history, improvisation, jazz, technique, repertoire, sight reading and theory. Cost: $910 with housing.

Piano, Twin Lake, Various two-week sessions from 6/29-8/31. Featured teachers: Various college and public school teachers and performers from across the U.S. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, chamber music, history, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, workshops and theory. Cost: $985 with housing.

Suzuki Family Camp, Twin Lake, 6/15-6/18, 6/19-6/22 and 6/23-6/26. Featured teachers: Various college and public school teachers and performers from across the U.S. Type of participants: Pianists and string instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Designed as a family experience. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, technique, pedagogy, repertoire and workshops. Cost: Call for brochure.

Interlochen Center for the Arts (See advertisement on page 55.)

Tom Bewley, director of admissions, Interlochen Center for the Arts, Admissions Office, P.O. Box 199, Interlochen, MI 49643-0199; (231) 276-7472, fax: (231) 276-7464; admissions@interlochen.org; www.interlochen.org

Interlochen Arts Camp, Interlochen, 6/25-8/8. Featured teachers: Jung-Ho Pak, Kenneth Bloomquist, Pacifica Quartet, Frederick Fennell and Lawrence P. Hurst. Type of participants: String, wind, brass and percussion instrumentalists, pianists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, theory, workshops and electronic and computer music. Cost: $3,958-$5,672 with housing.

Oakland University

Jackie Wiggins, professor of music education, Oakland University, Department of Music, Theatre and Dance, 211 Varner Hall, Rochester, MI 48309-440l; phone and fax: (248) 370-2030; jwiggins@oakland.edu; www.oakland.edu/mtd

Summer Workshops for Music Teachers, Rochester, 6/20-8/12. Featured teachers: Jackie Wiggins, Joe Shively, Deb Blair, Alex Ruthmann and Michael Kernahan. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Pedagogy, workshops, electronic and computer music, curriculum design, assessment and teaching methods. Cost: $250 per credit plus fees.

University of Michigan

Dody Blackstone, program coordinator, University of Michigan, School of Music, 1281 Moore Bldg., 1100 Baits Dr., Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2085; (866) 936-2660, fax: (734) 647-0140; allstate@umich.edu; www.music.umich.edu/resources/myo

All-State at Interlochen, Interlochen, 6/26-8/6. Featured teachers: Jerry Blackstone, Steven D. Davis, David Lee Jackson and Scott Parkman. Type of participants: Band and orchestral instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Grades 8-12--Michigan residents only. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, sight reading, theory and workshops. Cost: $1,450 with housing.

MPulse Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, 7/17-7/30. Featured teachers: Jessica Fogel, Mary Simoni and Brent Wagner. Type of participants: Dancers, musical theater students and music technology students. Age or grade level: Grades 9-12--open to students nationwide. Emphasis: Workshops, electronic and computer music, dance, acting, voice and final performances. Cost: Call for brochure.

Western Michigan University

Kevin West, registrar, Western Michigan University, School of Music, 1903 W. Michigan Ave., Kalamazoo, MI 49008-5434; (269) 387-4678, fax: (269) 387-1113; kevin.west@wmich.edu; www.wmich.edu/music-camp

Seminar 2005, Kalamazoo, 7/10-7/23. Featured teachers: WMU School of Music faculty and guests. Type of participants: String, woodwind, brass and percussion instrumentalists, pianists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, history, jazz, private lessons, theory and electronic and computer music. Cost: $970 with housing; $770 w/out housing.

Minnesota

St. John's University

Axel Theimer, St. John's University, Department of Music, Collegeville, MN 56321; (320) 363-3374, fax: (320) 363-2504; atheimer@csbsju.edu; www.VoiceCareNetwork.org

The VoiceCare Network: Impact Course, Collegeville, 7/22-7/29. Featured teachers: John Cooksey, Liz Grefsheim, Babette Lightner, Axel Theimer and Leon Thurman. Type of participants: Vocalists, conductors, church musicians, choir directors and teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Private lessons, technique, pedagogy and repertoire. Cost: $830 with housing; $465 w/out housing. Credit available.

McNally Smith College of Music (formerly Musictech College)

Mary Holmes, director of education outreach and program services, McNally Smith College of Music, Education Outreach, 19 Exchange St. E., St. Paul, MN 55101; (800) 594-9500, fax: (651) 291-0366; mholmes@musictech.edu; www.musictech.edu

Summer Jazz Workshop, St. Paul, 7/26-7/30. Featured teachers: Pete Whitman, Dave Jenson, Gordy Knudston, Terry Burns and Cliff Wittstruck. Type of participants: Brass and woodwind instrumentalists, rhythm section players and band teachers. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional. Emphasis: Ensembles, history, improvisation, jazz, technique, pedagogy, workshops and theory. Cost: $300 w/out housing. Continuing education credit available for teachers.

St. Olaf College

Teresa Lebens, conference coordinator, St. Olaf College, Conference and Events Department, 1520 St. Olaf Ave., Northfield, MN 55057; (507) 646-3043, fax: (507) 646-3690; events@stolaf.edu; www.stolaf.edu/summer

St. Olaf Music Camp, Northfield, 6/25-7/1. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, workshops and theory. Cost: $515 with housing; $415 w/out housing.

University of Minnesota

Sally O'Reilly, director of Bravo!, University of Minnesota, School of Music, 2106 4th St. S., Minneapolis, MN 55455; (612) 624-0846, fax: (612) 262-2200; oreil004@umn.edu

Bravo! Summer String and Keyboard Institute, Minneapolis, 6/19-7/16. Featured teachers: Sally O'Reilly, Tanya Remenikova, Alexander Braginsky, Lucia May and Renee Skerik. Type of participants: String instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary, collegiate, professional and advanced amateur. Emphasis: Soloists, chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire, master classes and recitals. Cost: $2,300 with housing; $1,200 w/out housing.

University of St. Thomas

Karen Howell, University of St. Thomas, Graduate Music Education, 2115 Summit Ave., LOR103, St. Paul, MN 55105; (651) 962-5870, fax: (651) 962-5886; klhowell@stthomas.edu; www.stthomas.edu

Graduate Music Education, St. Paul, 7/11-7/22. Featured teacher: Cynthia Lilley. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level: All levels. Emphasis: Improvisation, pedagogy, sight reading, workshops and Dalcroze methods. Cost: Non-degree credit: $1,143; degree credit: $1,524. Housing available.

Mississippi

Mississippi State University

Jackie Edwards-Henry, showcase director and professor of piano/piano pedagogy, Mississippi State University, Music Education Department, P.O. Box 6240, Mississippi State, MS 39762; (662) 325-3070, fax: (662) 325-0250; jeh@ra.msstate.edu; www.msstate.edu/dept/musiced

Mississippi Piano Showcase, Starkville, 6/5-6/10. Featured teachers: Visit website. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, pianists and teachers. Age or grade level:Secondary through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, accompanying, history, improvisation, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, popular music and workshops. Cost: $400 with housing; college student auditors $300 with housing; $300 w/out housing; college student auditors $250 w/out housing. Credit available.

Missouri

Central Missouri State University

Richard Smith, director, Central Missouri State University, Department of Music, Utt 215, Warrensburg, MO 64093; (660) 543-4471, fax: (660) 543-8271; rbsmith@cmsu1.cmsu.edu; www.cmsu.edu/music

Summer Piano Institute, Warrensburg, 6/19-6/24. Featured teachers: Richard Smith, Mia Hynes and Jon Hynes. Type of participants: Instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, history, private lessons, theory and master classes. Cost: $325 with housing; $250 w/out housing.

University of Missouri-Kansas City, Conservatory of Music

Susan Hathaway, manager, University of Missouri-Kansas City, Conservatory of Music, Community Music & Dance Academy, 4949 Cherry St., Kansas City, MO 64110; (816) 235-2742, fax: (816) 235-5264; hathaways@umkc.edu; www.umkc.edu/conservatory/cmda

Cloud Duff Timpani Master Class, Kansas City, 6/13-6/17. Featured teachers: Jim Atwood, Tim Adams and Tom Freer. Type of participants: Timpani instrumentalists. Age or grade, level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Soloists, private lessons, technique and workshops. Cost: $455 with housing; $345 w/out housing. Credit available.

Heartland Chamber Music Academy, Kansas City, 7/11-7/22. Featured teachers: Vicki Olson, Lawrence Figg, Kathy Haid-Berry and Jessica Wakefield. Type of participants: String and woodwind instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, history, private lessons, workshops and theory.

Saxophone Workshop, Kansas City, 7/11-7/21. Featured teacher: Tim Timmons. Type of participants: Saxophonists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, private lessons, technique and workshops. Credit available.

UMKC Cello Clinic, 6/15-6/25. Featured teacher: Carter Enyeart. Type of participants: Cellists. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire and workshops.

UMKC Jazz Camp, Kansas City', 6/27-7/1. Featured teachers: Jim Widner, Bobby Watson and other guest clinicians. Type of participants: Jazz instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Ensembles, improvisation, jazz and private lessons. Cost: $405 with housing; $295 w/out housing. Credit available.

UMKC Piano Camp, Kansas City, 7/4-7/8. Featured teachers: UMKC Conservatory faculty, Community Music and Dance Academy faculty. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary, Emphasis: Soloists, history, improvisation, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading and theory. Cost: $100-$250 w/out housing, depending on level. Credit available.

Montana

The University of Montana

Steve Bolstad, director of bands, The University of Montana, Department of Music, 32 Campus Dr., Missoula, MT 59812; (406) 243-6880, fax: (406) 243-2441 ; steve.bolstad@umontana.edu; www.umt.edu/bandcamp

The University of Montana Summer Band Camp, Missoula, 6/19-6/25. Featured teachers: UM woodwind, brass and percussion faculty. Type of participants: Band instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, theory and popular music. Cost: $340 with housing; $140 w/out housing.

The University of Montana Summer Piano Camp, Missoula, 6/12-6/18. Featured teachers: UM faculty, Steven Hesla, Christopher Hahn, Nancy Cooper, Charles Nichols, David Morgenroth and other guest faculty TBA. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Grades 8-12. Emphasis: Piano soloists and piano ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, pedagogy, workshops, popular music, master classes, student recitals and special interest sessions. Cost: To be announced (approx. $495) with housing; approx. $295 w/out housing. Contact: Steven Hesla, Coordinator; griz.music@umontana.edu; www.sfa.umt.edu: 16080/summer/ pianocamp.

New Hampshire

Plymouth State University

Carleen Graff, director of festivals, Plymouth State University, Music, Theatre and Dance Department, 17 High St., MSC #37, Plymouth, NH 03264; (603) 535-2313; carleeng@plymouth.edu; www.plymouth.edu/mtd/pianonews

Junior Piano Monster Festival, Plymouth, 6/26-6/29. Featured teachers: Ginger Hwalek and Donna Smith. Type of participants: Instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Grades 5-8. Emphasis: Ensembles, history, improvisation, jazz, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory and electronic and computer music. Cost: To be announced.

Piano Monster Festivals Teacher Seminar, Plymouth, 6/28-6/29. Featured teachers: Ginger Hwalek and Donna Smith. Type of participants: Pianists and teachers. Age or grade level: Professional. Emphasis: History, pedagogy, repertoire, workshops, electronic and computer music and software. Cost: To be announced. Credit available.

Senior Piano Monster Festival, Plymouth, 6/22-6/25. Featured teachers: Ginger Hwalek and Donna Smith. Type of participants: Instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Grades 8-12. Emphasis: Ensembles, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, electronic and computer music and master classes. Cost: To be announced.

University of New Hampshire

Alexis Zaricki, University of New Hampshire, Department of Music, PCAC, 30 College Rd., Durham, NH 03824; (603) 862-2404, fax: (603) 862-3155; Symsunh@aol.com; www.unh.edu/music/syms.htm

Summer Youth Music School (SYMS) Jr. Session, Durham, 7/17-7/22. Type of participants: Wind, string and percussion instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Completed grades 7-8. Emphasis: Ensembles, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading and theory. Cost: $450 with housing; $350 w/out housing.

Summer Youth Music School (SYMS) St. Session, Durham, 7/25-8/6. Type of participants: Wind, string and percussion instrumentalists, pianists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Completed grades 9-12. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading and theory. Cost: $900 with housing; $700 w/out housing.

The Walden School

Seth Brenzel, executive director, The Walden School, 31-A 29th St., San Francisco, CA 94110; (415) 648-4710, fax: (415) 648-1561; info@waldenschool.org; www.waldenschool.org

Summer Music School, Festival and Camp, Dublin, 6/26-8/1. Featured teachers: Leo Wanenchak, Caroline Mallonee, Shawn Couch, Brooke Joyce and Loretta Notareschi. Type of participants: Musicians interested in improvisation and composition. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: History, improvisation, jazz, electronic and computer music, choral music and composition. Cost: $5,100 with housing.

New Jersey

The Golandsky Institute (See advertisement on page 48.)

Jeffrey Guimond, director of development and administration, The Golandsky Institute, Park West Finance Station, New York, NY 10025; (877) 343-3434, fax: (212) 875-0034; admin@golandskyinstitute.org; www.golandskyinstitute.org

The Golandsky Institute 2005 Summer Symposium, Princeton, 7/16-7/24. Featured teachers: Edna Golandsky. Type of participants: Pianists, teachers and other instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary, collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Soloists, chamber music, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, workshops and concert festival. Cost: To be announced. Credit available.

New Mexico

Taos School of Music

Chilton Anderson, director, Taos School of Music, P.O. Box 1879, Taos, NM 87571; phone and fax: (505) 776-2388; tsofm@newmex.com; www.taosschoolofmusic.com

43rd Summer Chamber Music Program, Taos, 6/13-8/8. Featured teachers: Borromeo String Quartet, Vermeer String Quartet, Takacs String Quartet, Robert McDonald and Michael Tree. Type of participants: Violinists, violists, cellists and pianists. Age or grade level: Collegiate. Emphasis: Chamber music. Cost: $600 all inclusive with housing.

New York

Bard College

Amie McEvoy, administrative director, Bard College, Conductors Institute, P.O. Box 5000, Annandaleon-Hudson, NY 12504; (845) 758-7425, fax: (845) 758-0815; mcevoy@bard.edu; www.bard.edu/ci

Conductors Institute at Bard, Annandale-on-Hudson, 6/27-8/5. Featured teacher: Harold Farberman. Type of participants: Conductors and composers. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Chamber music, history, technique, pedagogy, sight reading, theory and workshops.

Chautauqua Summer Schools of the Fine and Performing Arts (See advertisement on page 51.)

Sarah Malinoski, coordinator of student services, Chautauqua Summer Schools, P.O. Box 1098, Chautauqua, NY 14722; (716) 357-6233, fax: (716) 357-9014; music@ciweb.org; www.ciweb.org

Chautauqua School of Music, Chautauqua, 6/25-8/16. Featured teachers: Rebecca Penneys, Timothy Muffitt and Marlena Malas. Type of participants: Orchestral instrumentalists, pianists, vocalists and conductors. Age or grade level: Collegiate and pre-professional. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, private lessons, technique, workshops and recitals. Cost: $3,570 with housing; $2,215 w/out housing. Credit available.

Dalcroze School of Music

Yana Joseph, music director, Dalcroze School of Music, Lucy Moses Department, 129 W. 67th St., New York, NY 10023; (212) 501-3367, fax: (212) 874-7865; yjoseph@kaufman-center.org

Dalcroze School of Music of the Lucy Moses School, New York, 8/15-8/26. Featured teachers: Anne Farber and Cynthia Lilley. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, vocalists, conductors and teachers. Age or grade level All levels. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, improvisation, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, sight reading, workshops and Dalcroze methods: movement, solfege and musicianship. Cost: $420 per week or $800 for two weeks w/out housing.

The Dorothy Taubman Institute of Piano

Maria del Pico Taylor, co-director and faculty member, The Dorothy Taubman Institute of Piano, The Dorothy Taubman Seminar, 564 Wartman St., Philadelphia, PA 19128; (215) 482-3965, fax: (215) 482-1377; Mariat264@aol.com; www.TaubmanSeminar.com

The Dorothy Taubman Seminar in New York, New York City, 6/23-6/26. Featured teachers: Dorothy Taubman, Eleanor Hancock, Sondra Tammam, Maria del Pico Taylor, and Sheila Page. Type of participants: Pianists, teachers and performers. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Soloists, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire and workshops. Cost: To be announced.

Eastman School of Music (See advertisement on page 45.)

Eastman School of Music, Summer Session, 26 Gibbs St., Rochester, NY 14604; (800) 246-4706 or (585) 274-1400, fax: (585) 274-1005; summer@esm.rochester.edu; www.rochester.edu/Eastman/summer

Canadian Brass Weekend, Rochester, 7/8-7/10. Featured teachers: The Canadian Brass. Type of participants: Brass instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, technique, repertoire and workshops. Cost: $440 with housing; $310 w/out housing.

CMS Harp Workshop, Rochester, 7/25-7/29. Featured teacher: Nan Gullo Richmond. Type of participants: Harpists. Age or grade level: Secondary and high school to adult. Emphasis: Ensembles, soloists, chamber music, technique, repertoire, theory and workshops. Cost: $195 w/out housing.

Continuo Realization for Keyboardists, Rochester, 8/1-8/5. Featured teacher: Arthur Haas. Type of participants: Instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, technique and workshops. Cost: $1,180 with one credit, $720 noncredit with housing; $880 with one credit, $420 noncredit w/out housing. Contact: Arthur Haas; Ahaas61866@aol.com.

Dalcroze Eurhythmics, Rochester, 7/11-7/15. Featured teacher: Gregory Ristow. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, vocalists, conductors and teachers. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional. Emphasis: Improvisation, technique and pedagogy. Cost: $1,120 with one credit, $540 noncredit with housing; $880 with one credit, $300 noncredit w/out housing.

Eastman Bass Day, Rochester, 7/2. Featured teachers: Jeff Campbell and James VanDemark. Type of participants: Bassists. Age or grade level: Secondary and high school to adult. Emphasis: Soloists, jazz, technique and workshops. Cost: $160 with housing; $100 w/out housing.

Eastman Choral Institute, Week I, Rochester, 7/11-7/15. Featured teachers: William Weinert, Robert McIver and Susan Conkling. Type of participants: Conductors. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Chamber music, technique, pedagogy, repertoire and workshops. Cost: $2,120 with two credits, $850 noncredit with housing; $1,760 with two credits, $490 noncredit w/out housing.

Eastman Choral Institute, Week II, Rochester, 7/18-7/22. Featured teachers: William Weinert and Robert Page. Type of participants: Conductors. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Chamber music, technique, pedagogy, repertoire and workshops. Cost: $2,120 with two credits, $850 noncredit with housing; $1,760 with two credits, $490 noncredit w/out housing.

Eastman Sings! The Eastman Summer Vocal Institute, Rochester, 7/27-7/30. Featured teachers: Robert McIver and the Eastman voice faculty. Type of participants: Vocalists. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Soloists, chamber music, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading and workshops. Cost: To be announced.

Eastman Young Artists International Piano Competition, Rochester, 7/29-8/6. Featured teacher: Douglas Humpherys. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, technique, repertoire and workshops. Cost: $480 and $100 application fee with housing; $100 application fee w/out housing. Contact: Douglas Humpherys, co-chair, Piano Department.

High School Jazz Studies, Rochester, 6/26-7/8. Featured teachers: Harold Danko and Jeff Campbell. Type of participants: Instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, improvisation, jazz, theory and workshops. Cost: $1,650 with housing; $850 w/out housing.

Instrumental Techniques, Rochester, 7/18-7/29. Featured teacher: Christopher Azzara. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, vocalists and teachers. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Chamber music, improvisation, technique, pedagogy and workshops. Cost: $3,360 with three credits, $1,290 noncredit with housing; $2,640 with three credits, $570 noncredit w/out housing. Contact: Christopher Azzara; (585) 274-2027; cazzara@esm.rochester.edu.

Jazz Guitar Workshop, Rochester, 7/5-7/9. Featured teacher: Gene Bertoncini. Type of participants: Guitarists. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, improvisation, technique and workshops. Cost: $1,120 with one credit, $660 noncredit with housing; $880 with one credit, $420 noncredit w/out housing.

Kodaly Workshop, Rochester, 8/1-8/5. Featured teacher: Phillip Tacka. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Technique, pedagogy and workshops. Cost: $1,180 with one credit; $720 noncredit with housing; $880 with one credit and $420 noncredit w/out housing.

Middle School Flute Fingers, Rochester, 8/1-8/5. Featured teacher: Jan Angus. Type of participants: Flutists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, technique, repertoire and workshops. Cost: $165 w/out housing.

Middle School Instrumental Jazz, Rochester, 7/25-8/4. Featured teachers: Paul Hofmann and Howard Potter. Type of participants: Instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, improvisation, jazz, technique and workshops. Cost: $275 w/out housing.

Middle School Summer Strings, Rochester, 7/11-7/22. Featured teacher: Margaret Leenhouts. Type of participants: String instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, technique and workshops. Cost: $275 w/out housing.

Music Horizons, Rochester, 7/9-7/30. Featured teacher: Ruth Cahn. Type of participants: Instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, chamber music, history, private lessons, technique, repertoire, theory and workshops. Cost: $2,600 with housing; $1,425 w/out housing.

Orff Schulwerk Teacher Training, Level L Rochester, 7/18-7/29. Featured teachers: Donna Brink Fox, Mary Helen Solomon, Jim Solomon, Karen Medley and Janet Robbins. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Technique and pedagogy. Cost: $3,360 with three credits, $1,290 noncredit with housing; $2,640 with three credits, $570 noncredit w/out housing. Contact: Donna Brink Fox, program director; (585) 274-1540; dbfox@esm.rochester.edu.

Orff Shulwerk Teacher Training, Level II, Rochester, 7/18-7/29. Featured teachers: Donna Brink Fox, Mary Helen Solomon, Jim Solomon, Karen Medley and Janet Robbins. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Technique and pedagogy. Cost: $3,360 with three credits, $1,290 noncredit with housing; $2,640 with three credits, $570 noncredit w/out housing. Contact: Donna Brink Fox, program director; (585) 274-1540; dbfox@esm.rochester.edu.

Pedagogy of Music Theory, Rochester, 6/28-8/4. Featured teacher: Steven Laitz. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade Level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Pedagogy, theory and workshops. Cost: with housing: upon request; $2,640 with three credits, $3,520 with four credits w/out housing.

The Practical Harpist, Rochester, 6/26-7/1. Featured teachers: Kathleen Bride and Jan Jennings. Type of participants: Harpists. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory and workshops. Cost: $1,240 with one credit, $780 noncredit with housing; $880 with one credit, $420 noncredit w/out housing. Contact: Kathleen Bride, professor of harp; (585) 274-1606; kbride@esm.rochester.edu.

Summer Session, Rochester, 6/27-8/5. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, vocalists, conductors and teachers. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, theory and workshops. Cost: Varies with and w/out housing. Credit available.

Summers Only Music Education Degrees, Rochester, 6/27-8/5. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, popular music, workshops and electronic and computer music. Credit available. Contact: Paula Mamuscia, Music Education Department; (585) 274-2540; pmamuscia@esm.rochester.edu.

Vocal Techniques in Baroque Literature, Rochester, 8/1-8/5. Featured teacher: Julianne Baird. Type of participants: Vocalists. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Soloists, chamber music, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading and workshops. Cost: $1,180 with one credit, $720 noncredit with housing; $880 with one credit, $420 noncredit w/out housing.

French Woods Festival of the Performing Arts

Beth Schaefer, staff director, French Woods Festival, Music Department, P.O. Box 770100, Coral Springs, FL 33077; (800) 634-1703, fax: (954) 346-7564; admin@frenchwoods.com; www.frenchwoods.com

Summer Camp, Hancock, 6/11-8/28. Type of participants: Orchestral and rock instrumentalists, vocalists, conductors, musical directors and teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, popular music, workshops, electronic and computer music and musical theater pit orchestras.

Hartwick College (See advertisement on page 61.)

Kellie Place or Daniel Spencer, administration, Hartwick College, Summer Music Festival, 1 Hartwick Dr., Oneonta, NY 13820; (800) 388-0337, fax: (607) 431-4245; MusicFestival@hartwick.edu; www.HartwickMusicFestival.org

Hartwick College Summer Music Festival and Institute, Oneonta, 6/26-8/7. Featured teachers: Jeanne Baxtresser, Aaron Rosand, Frank Kaderabek, Pamela Frank, Peter Wiley and Harold Robinson. Type of participants: Orchestral, band and jazz instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary, collegiate and students ages 10-20. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, popular music, workshops and electronic and computer music. Cost: $1,500 for two weeks with housing; $900 for two weeks w/out housing. Credit available.

Ithaca College

Steven Mauk, professor of saxophone, Ithaca College, School of Music, Ithaca, NY 14850; (607) 274-3223, fax: (607) 274-1727; mauk@ithaca.edu; www.ithaca.edu/faculty/mauk

Saxophone Performance and Pedagogy, Ithaca, 6/27-7/1. Featured teachers: Steven Mauk and Chris Vadala. Type of participants: Saxophonists and teachers. Age or grade level: Secondary, collegiate and interested amateurs. Emphasis: Soloists, chamber music, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire and workshops. Cost: To be announced. Credit available.

The Juilliard School

Robert M. Abramson, director, Juilliard, Evening Division, 60 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023; (212) 799-5000; www.juilliard.edu/summer/ dalcroze.hmtl

Juilliard Dalcroze Summer Institute, New York City, 7/18-8/5: one-, two- or three-week programs. Featured teachers: Robert Abramson, Daniel Cataneo and Lori Bellilove. Type of participants: All Instrumentalists, vocalists, conductors and teachers. Age or grade level: All levels. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, workshops, theory, popular music and master classes in musical performance and dance. Cost: $850 with housing; $500 w/out housing. Credit available.

Magic Mountain Music Farm

Burton Kaplan, director, Magic Mountain Music Farm, 817 West End Ave., #11B, New York, NY 10025; (212) 662-6634, fax: (212) 662-2916; musicfarm@mindspring.com; www.magicmountainmusic.org

Practice Marathon Retreats, Morris, 5/27-6/11, 7/2-7/17, 7/30-8/14 (orchestral excerpts retreat) and 8/20-9/4 (performance power retreat). Featured teacher: Burton Kaplan. Type of participants: Violinists, violists, cellists, orchestral instrumentalists, pianists, teachers and performers. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Soloists, chamber music, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading and workshops. Cost: Tuition, room and board for eight days: $800; sixteen days: $1,525.

Mannes College of Music (See advertisement on page 47.)

Julie Kedersha, festival director, Mannes College of Music, IKIF Department, 150 W. 85th St., New York, NY 10024; (212) 580-0210, ext. 4858, fax: (212) 580-1738; info@ikif.org; www.ikif.org

International Keyboard Institute and Festival New York City, 7/17-7/31. Featured teachers: Earl Wild, Menahem Pressler, Jerome Rose, Marc-Andre Hamelin and Dmitri Bashkirov. Type of participants: Pianists Age or grade level: Collegiate. Emphasis: Soloists, private lessons, pedagogy and repertoire. Cost: $1,500 with housing; $850 w/out housing. Credit available.

New York University (See advertisement on page 52.)

Esther Lamneck, director of woodwinds, New York University, Music and Performing Arts Department, 35 W. 4th St., Ste. 777, New York, NY 10003; (212) 998-5441, fax: (212) 995-4043; el2@nyu.edu; www.nyu.edu/ education/music/summer.html

Summer Institute for Wind Quintet, New York City, 6/18-6/25. Featured teachers: The Quintet of the Americas, Esther Lamneck, Kim Laskowski and Nora Post. Type of participants: Woodwind and French horn instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Collegiate and age 15 and above. Emphasis: Ensembles, woodwind quintets, chamber music, technique, pedagogy, repertoire and workshops. Cost: $750 w/out housing.

North Carolina

Brevard Music Center (See advertisement on page 53.)

Dorothy Knowles, admissions coordinator and registrar, Brevard Music Center, P.O. Box 312, 1000 Probart St., Brevard, NC 28712; (828) 862-2140, fax: (828) 884-2036; dknowles@brevardmusic.org; www.brevardmusic.org

Brevard Music Center, Brevard, 6/22-8/7. Featured teachers: Joshua Bell, William Preucil, Jon Nakamatsu, Miami String Quartet and Diaz Trio. Type of participants: Orchestral instrumentalists, pianists, vocalists and composers. Age or grade level: Secondary, collegiate and young professional. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading and theory. Cost: $3,900 with housing. Credit available.

North Carolina School of the Arts

David Winkelman, director, North Carolina School of the Arts, Music Department, 1533 S. Main St., Winston-Salem, NC 27127; (336) 770-3354, fax: (336) 770-3248; winked@ncarts.edu; www.ncarts.edu

Chamber Music Institute, WinstonSalem, 6/19-7/22. Featured teachers: Sarah Johnson, Paul Statsky, John Ravnan, Jonathan Kramer and Joanne Inkman. Type of participants: String instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Soloists, chamber music, history, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading and theory. Cost: $2,845 with housing; $1,760 w/out housing. Credit available.

Guitar Workshop, Winston-Salem, 7/11-7/22. Featured teachers: Gerald Klickstein and Joseph Pecoraro. Type of participants: Guitarists. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, history, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading and theory. Cost: $1,312 with housing; $817 w/out housing.

Musica Piccola, Winston-Salem, 6/19-7/2. Type of participants: Orchestral and band instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, workshops and theory. Cost: $1,312 with housing; $817 w/out housing.

Piano Workshop, Winston-Salem, 6/19-7/9. Featured teachers: Cliffton Matthews and Joanne Inkman. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Soloists, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading and theory. Cost: $1,882 with housing; $1,172 w/out housing.

Vocal Workshop, Winston-Salem, 6/19-7/2. Featured teachers: Christy Lynn Brown, Marion Pratnicki, Marilyn Taylor and Kristen Yarbrough. Type of participants: Vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, opera scenes, musical theater, group lessons, technique, repertoire, workshops and theory. Cost: $1,312 with housing; $817 w/out housing.

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Donald L. Oehler, professor of music, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Music Department, Hill Hall, CB #3320, Chapel Hill, NC 27599; (919) 962-1042, fax: (919) 962-3376; chambermusic@unc.edu; www.unc.edu/music/ chamber-workshop/index.html

Chapel Hill Chamber Music Workshop, Chapel Hill, 5/29-6/3. Featured teachers: Kati Sebestyen, Ervin Schiffer, J Quartet, Janus Duo and the Carolina Wind Quintet. Type of participants: String and woodwind instrumentalists, hornists and pianists. Age or grade level: Collegiate, professional and adult advanced amateurs. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, sight reading and workshops. Cost: $740 with housing; $465 w/out housing.

University of North Carolina at Greensboro

John R. Locke, music camp director, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, School of Music, P.O. Box 26170, Greensboro, NC 27402-6170; (800) 999-2869, fax: (336) 334-5299; lockej@uncg.edu; www.smcamp.org

UNCG Summer Music Camp, Greensboro, week 1: 7/10-7/15, week 2: 7/17-7/22. Featured teachers: Music professionals. Type of participants: All instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, accompanying, history, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading and theory. Cost: $350 with housing; $280 w/out housing.

WINGSOUND International

Barbara Lister-Sink, director, WINGSOUND, P.O. Box 10912, Winston-Salem, NC 27108; phone and fax: (336) 945-2304; swallow@salem.edu; www.freeingthecagebird.com

Freeing the Caged Bird--Developing Well-Coordinated, Injury-Preventative Keyboard Technique, Winston-Salem, 6/12-6/17 and 8/7-8/12. Featured teachers: Barbara Lister-Sink and Charles Stein. Type of participants: Pianists, organists, teachers, college pedagogy instructors and performers. Age or grade level: Collegiate, professional and serious amateurs. Emphasis: Soloists, privates lessons, technique, pedagogy, workshops, body-reeducation activities (Alexander Technique) and functional anatomy. Cost: $750 with housing; $110 w/out housing. Credit available.

North Dakota

International Music Camp-Summer School of Fine Arts

Joe Alme, director, International Music Camp-Summer School of Fine Arts, 1930 23rd Ave. SE, Minot, ND 58701; phone and fax: (701) 838-8472; info@internationalmusiccamp.com; www.internationalmusiccamp.com

Summer Band Camps, International Peace Garden, 6/12-6/18, 6/19-6/25, 6/26-7/2, 7/3-7/9, 7/17-7/23 and 7/24-7/30. Type of participants: Concert band instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, workshops, theory and popular music. Cost: $275 with housing.

Summer Choral Camps, International Peace Garden, 6/12-6/18, 7/10-7/16 and 7/17-7/23. Type of participants: Vocalists. Age or grade level: Elementary through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, workshops, theory and popular music. Cost: $275 with housing.

Summer Orchestra Camps, International Peace Garden, 7/24-7/30. Type of participants: String instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Elementary through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, workshops, theory and popular music. Cost: $275 with housing.

Summer Piano and Organ Camps, International Peace Garden, 7/10-7/16. Type of participants: Keyboardists. Age or grade level: Elementary through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, workshops, theory and popular music. Cost: $275 with housing.

Ohio

Baldwin-Wallace College

Bryan L. Bowser, assistant director of the conservatory for external affairs, Baldwin-Wallace College, Conservatory of Music, 275 Eastland Rd., Berea, OH 44017; (440) 826-2365, fax: (440) 826-8069; conreach@bw.edu; www.bw.edu/academics/conservatory

Band Camp 2005, Berea, 6/26-7/1. Featured teachers: Conservatory faculty, certified music teachers and conservatory student teachers. Type of participants: Brass and woodwind instrumentalists and percussionists. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music and technique. Cost: $400 with housing; $325 w/out housing.

String Camp 2005, Berea, 6/19-6/24. Featured teachers: Conservatory faculty, certified music teachers and conservatory student teachers. Type of participants: Violinists, violists, cellists and bassists. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, technique and repertoire. Cost: $400 with housing; $325 w/out housing.

Summer Music Institute, Berea, 7/10-7/23. Featured teachers: Conservatory faculty and guest artists and ensembles, including the Cavani String Quartet and members of the Cleveland Orchestra. Type of participants: Pianists, percussionists, vocalists, and brass, string and woodwind instrumentalists. Age or grade/eve/: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory and workshops. Cost: $1,200 with housing; $800 w/out housing.

Olney Friends School

Peg Champney, director, Friends Music Camp, Olney Friends School, P.O. Box 427, Yellow Springs, OH 45387; (937) 767-1311, fax: (937) 767-2254; musicfmc@yahoo.com; www.quaker.org/friends-music-camp

Friends Music Camp at Olney, Barnesville, 7/10-8/7. Featured teachers: Wendy Champney. Matthias Enderle, Brendan Cooney. Lisa Liske and Drea Pedisich. Type of participants: Band and orchestral instrumentalists, pianists, guitarists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading and theory. Cost: $1,575 with housing.

Oklahoma

Amadeus Piano Festival

Dana E Maher, artistic director, Amadeus Piano Festival, 2636 S. Richmond Ave., Tulsa, OK 74114; (918) 745-0743; info@amadeuspianofestival.org; www.amadeuspianofestival.org

10th Annual Summer Session, Tulsa, 6/20-7/1. Featured teachers: Kirk Whipple, Marilyn Morales, Roger Price, Jura Margulis and Amy Cheng. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory and workshops. Cost: $350 with housing; $200 w/out housing.

University of Oklahoma

Jane Magrath, director of piano pedagogy, University of Oklahoma, School of Music, 500 W. Boyd St., Room 138, Norman, OK 73072; (405) 325-4681, fax: (405) 325-7574; jmagrath@ou.edu; http://music.ou.edu/piano

Seminar for Piano Teachers: Teaching Intermediate and Lower-Advanced Piano, Norman, 6/8-6/11. Featured teachers: Marvin Blickenstaff, Jane Magrath, Barbara Fast and Edward Gates. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Pedagogy, repertoire and workshops. Cost: Contact for housing costs; $170 w/out housing.

Oregon

Portland State University (See advertisement on page 49.)

Pat Zagelow, executive director, Piano Festival Northwest, Portland State University, Music Department, P.O. Box 751, Portland, OR 97207; (503) 725-5400, fax: (503) 725-8215; zagelowp@pdx.edu; www.fpa.pdx.edu/prs

Piano Festival Northwest, World Forestry Center, 7/10-7/17. Featured teachers: Edward Auer, Jon Kimura Parker, Christopher Taylor, Michael Roll and Paul Roberts. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Elementary through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, history, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, theory and workshops. Cost: $395 with housing; $195 w/out housing. Credit available.

Pennsylvania

Camp Ballibay for the Fine and Performing Arts

Gerard J. Jannone, director, Camp Ballibay, 1 Ballibay Rd., Camptown, PA 18815; (570) 746-3223, fax: (570) 746-3691; jannone@ballibay.com; www.ballibay.com

Camp Ballibay for the Fine and Performing Arts, Camptown, 6/1-8/31. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, vocalists, conductors and teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, jazz, private lessons, technique, sight reading, theory, popular music and electronic and computer music.

Carnegie Mellon University (See advertisement on page 49.)

Annabelle Joseph, Director, dalcroze Training Center, Carnegie Mellon University, School of Music, 5000 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890; (412) 268-2391, fax: (412) 268-1537; aj12@andrew.cmu.edu; www.cmu.edu/cfa/dalcroze

30th Summer Dalcroze Eurhythmics Workshops, Pittsburgh, 7/4-7/8 and 7/4-7/22. Featured teachers: Marta Sanchez, Herbert Henke, Annabelle Joseph and Stephen Moore. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary through professional. Emphasis: Improvisation, technique, pedagogy, sight reading ant workshops. Cost: Workshop I: one week, one credit $525; Workshop II: three weeks, three credits $1,200. Housing available.

Music in the Mountains

Deborah Reeder, co-director, Music in the Mountains, 214 Avon Rd., Narberth, PA 19072; (610) 664-0346, fax: (610) 664-3726; philtrio@aol.com; www.musicinthemountainspa.com

Music in the Mountains, Eagles Mere, 8/8-8/20. Featured teachers: Deborah Reeder, Barbara Sonies, Rachel Kane and Lori Simpson. Type of participants: String instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary, collegiate and ages 13-20. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music and theory. Cost: $950 with housing.

Summertrios

Lily Friedman, music director, Summertrios, P.O. Box 1062, New York, NY 10025; (212) 222-1289; summertrios@summertrios.org; www.summertrios.org

Summertrios Concerto Program, Philadelphia, 5/31-6/3. Featured teachers: Yuval Waldman and Lily Friedman. Type of participants: String and woodwind instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional, adults, young adult amateurs and pre-professional. Emphasis: Soloists, private lessons, rehearsals with second piano and orchestra. Cost: $2,660 for orchestra with twenty-six players, with housing.

Summertrios Premium Program, Philadelphia, 6/5-6/12. Featured teachers: Chris Lee, Yuval Waldman, David Oei, Clancy Newman and Rob LaRue. Type of participants: String and woodwind instrumentalists, pianists and teachers. Age or grade level: Secondary, collegiate, professional and adult amateurs. Emphasis: Ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, private lessons, repertoire and workshops. Cost: $1,990 for trios with housing; $1,920 w/out housing.

Summertrios Regular Program, Week 1, Chambersburg, 6/19-6/26. Featured teachers: Yuval Waldman, Chris Lee, Phil Coonce, Denise Kahn and Rob LaRue. Type of participants: String instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Collegiate, professional and adult amateurs. Emphasis: Ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, repertoire, sight reading and novice string program. Cost: $875-$1,185 with housing; $805-$1,115 w/out housing.

Summertrios Regular Program, Week 2, Chambersburg, 6/26-7/3. Featured teachers: Yuval Waldman, Phil Coonce, Lori Berkowitz, John van Buskirk and Joe Kimura. Type of participants: String and woodwind instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Collegiate, professional, adults and young adult amateurs. Emphasis: Ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, private lessons, repertoire and sight reading. Cost: $875-$1,185 with housing; $805-$1,115 w/out housing.

The University of the Arts

The University of the Arts, Pre-College Summer Institute, 320 S. Broad St., Philadelphia, PA 19102; (215) 717-6430, fax: (215) 717-6433; precollege@uarts.edu; www.uarts.edu

Pre-College Summer Institute, Philadelphia, 7/10-7/22. Featured teachers: Marc Dicciani, Ron Kerber, Rich Hotchkiss, Jimmy Bruno, Chris Farr and Frank Mazzeo. Type of participants: Jazz instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Grades 10-12. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, workshops and theory. Cost: $1,940 with housing; $1,250 w/out housing.

West Chester University (See advertisement on page 50.)

Ann McFarland, assistant professor, West Chester University, Music Education Department, Swope Hall, West Chester, PA 19383; (610) 436-3030; amcfarland@wcupa.edu; www.wcupa.edu

Choral Music Education, West Chester, 7/18-7/22. Featured teacher: James Jordan. Type of participants: Vocalists and conductors. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Accompanying, chamber music, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory and workshops. Cost: To be announced. Credit available.

Instrumental Music, West Chester, 7/11-8/11. Featured teachers: Matthew Neiss, Sylvia Ahramjian, Chris Hanning and John Villella. Type of participants: Instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Improvisation, jazz, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, workshops and instrument repair. Cost: To be announced. Credit available. Contact: John Villella, associate professor, West Chester University, Applied Music Department; (610) 436-2495; jvillella@wcupa.edu.

Instrumental Music Education, West Chester, 6/5-8/5. Featured teachers: Peter Boonshaft, Marguerite Wilder and Ken Raessler. Type of participants: Instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Technique, pedagogy, repertoire and workshops. Cost: To be announced. Contact: Ann McFarland.

Kodaly Methodology, West Chester, 7/18-7/29. Featured teachers: Carolyn Anderson, Janos Horvath and Sally Ferrebee. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary. Emphasis: Improvisation, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading and workshops. Cost: To be announced. Credit available. Contact: Carolyn Anderson, assistant professor, West Chester University, Music Education Department; (610) 436-3031; canderson@wcupa.edu.

Music Education, West Chester, 6/24-8/12. Featured teachers: J. Bryan Burton, Emma Rodriguez Suarez, Terese Volk, Tim Gerber and Phyllis Weikart. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, vocalists and teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: History, improvisation, pedagogy, repertoire, workshops, movement and ethnic music. Cost: To be announced. Credit available. Contact: Ann McFarland.

Music Education Technology, West Chester, 7/5-8/5. Featured teachers: Kristen Albert, Vincent Leonard and Steven Estrella. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level; Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Accompanying, improvisation, technique, pedagogy, theory, workshops and electronic and computer music. Cast: To be announced. Credit available. Contact: Kristen Albert, assistant professor, West Chester University, Music Education Department; (610) 738-0495; kalbert@wcupa.edu.

Orff Schulwerk, West Chester, 7/05-7/15. Featured teachers: Michelle Prybylowski, Judith Homas, Mary Shamrock, Martha Crowell and Dixie Piver. Type of participants: General music. Age or grade level: Elementary. Emphasis: Improvisation, technique, pedagogy, repertoire and workshops. Cost: To be announced. Credit available. Contact: Ann McFarland.

Wyoming Seminary

Nancy Sanderson, director, Wyoming Seminary, PAI, 201 N. Sprague Ave., Kingston, PA 18704; (570) 270-2186, fax: (570) 270-2198; onstage@wyomingseminary.org; www.wyomingseminiary.org/pai

The Performing Arts Institute of Wyoming Seminary, Kingston, 6/26-8/6. Featured teachers: Wen-Chi Cathy Liu, Thomas Hrynkiw, Laurel Larson, Paul Hostetter and Victor Liva. Type of participants: All instrumentalists, vocalists, dancers and actors. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory and workshops. Cost: $715 per week with housing; $275 per week w/out housing.

South Carolina

Furman University

Marcella Frese, event coordinator, Furman University, Music Department, 3300 Poinsett Hwy., Greenville, SC 29613; (864) 294-2086, fax: (864) 294-3035; FurmanMusic@furman.edu; www.furman.edu

Furman Band & Orchestra Camp, 6/12-6/18. Featured teachers: Leslie Hicken, Matt Olson and Thomas Joiner. Type of participants: Band and orchestral instrumentalists and harpists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading and theory. Cost: $410 with housing; $295 w/out housing.

Summer Keyboard Institute, Greenville, 6/19-6/24. Featured teachers: David Gross, Derek Parsons, Ruby Morgan, Charles Boyd Tompkins and Daniel Koppelman. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, accompanying, chamber music, history, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, electronic and computer music and music technology. Cost: $460 with housing; $300 w/out housing.

University of South Carolina (See advertisement on page 45.)

Marina Lomazov, Artistic Director, University of South Carolina, School of Music, Columbia, SC 29208; (803) 777-1209, fax: (803) 777-6508; mlomazov@mozart.sc.edu; www.music.sc.edu/eventsworkshops/sepf

Southeastern Piano Festival, Columbia, 6/12-6/19. Featured teachers: Jerome Lowenthal, Ursula Oppens, Jane Magrath and Konstantin Soukhovetski. Type of participants: Pianists, teachers and general audience. Age or grade level: Secondary and professional. Emphasis: Soloists, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire and workshops. Cost: $650 with housing; $350 w/out housing.

South Dakota

Augustana College

Bruce Ammann, summer camp director, Augustana College, Music Department, 2001 S. Summit Ave., Sioux Falls, SD 57197; (605) 274-5451, fax: (605) 274-5323; bruce_ammann@augie.edu; www.augie.edu

Summer Music Camp, Sioux Falls, 6/12-6/17. Featured teachers: Bruce Ammann, James Johnson, Scott Johnson and Rick Andrews. Type of participants: Woodwind, brass and string instrumentalists, percussionists, keyboardists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, theory, electronic and computer music, band, orchestra and choir. Cost: $370 with housing; $275 w/out housing.

South Dakota State University

Jim McKinney, camp director, South Dakota State University, Music Department, Lincoln Music Hall, CB 2212, Brookings, SD 57007; (605) 688-5187, fax: (605) 688-4307; connie.lemke@sdstate.edu; www3.sdstate.edu [keywords: music camp]

All State Music Camp & Piano Camp, Brookings, 6/5-6/10. Featured teachers: Jim McKinney, John Walker, Steven Grives, Leo Warnke and Corliss Johnson. Type of participants: Wind and string instrumentalists, percussionists, pianists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, electronic and computer music and computer notation. Cost: $255 with housing; $155 w/out housing.

The University of South Dakota

Larry Mitchell or Matthew Harden, band and choral institute directors, The University of South Dakota, Music Department, 414 E. Clark St., Vermillion, SD 57069; (605) 677-5271, fax: (605) 677-5988; llmitche@usd.edu; mharden@usd.edu; www.usd.edu/cfa/Music/festivals.cfm

Band Director's and Choir Director's Institute, Vermillion, 6/22-6/24. Featured teachers: James Curnow, Larry Mitchell, Russell Robinson and Matthew Harden. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, vocalists, conductors and teachers. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Ensembles, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading and workshops. Cost: $117 w/out meals, with housing; $75 w/out housing. Credit available.

Summer Music Camp, Vermillion, 7/10-7/15. Featured teachers: Matthew Harden, Christopher Mitchell, Larry Mitchell, Darlene Fett and Rolf Olson. Type of participants: All instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, popular music, workshops and electronic and computer music. Cost: $325 with housing; $170 w/out meals, w/out housing.

Tennessee

Belmont University

Chris and Carmen Houser, summer program coordinators, Belmont University, School of Music, 1900 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, TN 37212; (615) 460-6408, fax: (615) 386-0239; orffkodaly@mail.belmont.edu

Kodaly I and II; Orff Level I, Nashville, Kodaly: 6/20-7/1; Orff: 7/5-7/16. Featured teachers: Kodaly: Philip Tacka and Michael Houlahan; Orff: Susan Ramsay and Anne Schwartzenberg. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary. Emphasis: Workshops. Cost: Kodaly Pedagogy and Orff: $650 with three credits and with housing; Kodaly Solfege: $450 with housing.

Lee University (See advertisement on page 51.)

Dawn Andrews, executive secretary, Lee University, School of Music, P.O. Box 3450, Cleveland, TN 37320; (423) 614-8240, fax: (423) 614-8242; music@leeuniversity.edu; http://music.leeuniversity.edu

Music Camp, Cleveland, 6/13-6/18. Featured teachers: David Holsinger, Bill Green, Xiaoqing Yu, Ning An and Gloria Chien. Type of participants: String, woodwind and brass instrumentalists, percussionists, pianists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, history, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, sight reading, theory, workshops and master classes. Cost: $275 w/out housing. Credit available.

Texas

Austin Chamber Music Center

Leah Hesla, assistant director for education, Austin Chamber Music Center, 3814 Medical Pkwy., Austin, TX 78756; (512) 454-7562, fax: (512) 454-0029; www.austinchambermusic.org

Austin Chamber Music Workshop, Austin, 6/20-7/23. Type of participants: String, woodwind and brass instrumentalists, pianists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, improvisation, jazz, private lessons and technique. Cost: To be announced.

Baylor University

Joyce Jones, coordinator and professor of organ, Baylor University, School of Music, 1 Bear Pl. #97408, Waco, TX 76798-7408; (254) 710-1417, fax: (254) 710-1191; Joyce_Jones@baylor.edu; www.baylor.edu/busmc

Pipe Organ Encounter Plus, Waco, 6/26-6/30. Featured teacher: Joyce Jones. Type of participants: Pianists and organists. Age or grade level: Adults. Emphasis: Accompanying, history, improvisation, private lessons, technique, repertoire, workshops and organ mechanism. Cost: To be announced.

Summer Organ Institute, Waco, 6/12-6/18. Featured teacher: Joyce Jones. Type of participants: Pianists and organists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: History, improvisation, private lessons, technique, repertoire and workshops. Cost: To be announced.

Summer Piano Institute--Piano Students, Grades 8--12, Waco, 6/19-6/25. Featured teachers: Jane Abbot-Kirk, Bradley Bolen, Ann Gipson, Terry Lynn Hudson, Brian Marks and Kristian Klefstad. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary--grades 8-12. Emphasis: Soloists, private lessons, theory, master classes, lecture-demonstrations, computer theory drill, keyboard skills classes, videos of famous artists, regular practice periods and recital series. Cost: $450 with housing; $275 w/out housing. Contact: James B. Williams, coordinator and professor of piano, James_Williams@baylor.edu.

International Festival--Institute at Round Top

Alain G. Declert, program director, International Festival--Institute at Round Top, P.O. Box 89, Round Top, TX 78954; (979) 249-3129, fax: (979) 249-5078; alaind@festivalhill.org; http://festivalhill.org/Summer program.html

International Festival--Institute at Round Top, Round Top, 6/5-7/17. Featured teachers: Brian Lewis, Jesse Levine, Emilio Colon, Hakan Rosengren and Benjamin Kamins. Type of participants: Woodwind, brass and string instrumentalists, percussionists and pianists. Age or grade level: Pre-professional and professional. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading and workshops. Cost: $600 with housing.

Southern Methodist University

David Karp, director, Southern Methodist University, Music Department, P.O. Box 356, Dallas, TX 75275-0356; (800) 654-8898 or (214) 768-3188, fax: (972) 661-3278; dkarp@smu.edu

NPTI National Piano Teachers Institute, Dallas, 7/11-7/14. Featured teachers: Nelita True, Kevin Olson, Barbara Kreader, Calvin Taylor and Mona Rejino. Type of participants: Pianists and teachers. Age or grade level: Professional. Emphasis: History, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, workshops, theory, popular music, electronic and computer music, master classes and sacred music. Cost: $325 with housing; $195 until 6/7/05, $215 after 6/7/05 w/out housing; $425, one credit; $850, two credits.

Texas Christian University

Texas Christian University, Summer Music Programs, Box 297500, Fort Worth, TX 76129; www.music.tcu.edu

TCU All-State Choir Camp, Fort Worth, 7/17-7/20 and 7/20-7/23. Featured teachers: Sheri Neill, Ronald Shirey, Amy Alibon, Danny Dietrick and Stan McGill. Type of participants: Vocalists, teachers and Texas All-State Choral participants. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Technique, repertoire, sight reading and theory. Cost: approx. $280 with housing; approx. $150 w/out housing. Contact: Sheri Neill, camp director, (817) 257-6626, fax: (817) 257-7344; s.neill@tcu.edu.

TCU Summer Band Camp, Fort Worth, 6/12-6/16. Featured teachers: Gary Green, Bobby Francis, Arturo Valdez and Brian Youngblood. Type of participants: Wind instrumentalists and percussionists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, technique, sight reading and theory. Cost: approx. $340 with housing; approx. $150 w/out housing. Contact: Arturo Valdez, camp director; (817) 257-7640, fax: (817) 257-5006; a.valdez@tcu.edu.

TCU Summer Band Director Workshop, Forth Worth, 6/12-6/16. Featured teachers: Gary Green, Bobby Francis, Arturo Valdez and Brian Youngblood. Type of participants: Wind instrumentalists, percussionists, conductors and teachers. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Technique, pedagogy and workshops. Cost: To be announced. Credit available. Contact: Bobby Francis, director of bands; (817) 257-7640, fax: (817) 257-5006; b.francis@tcu.edu.

TCU Whitman/Crisanti Clarinet Workshop, Fort Worth, 6/27-6/28. Featured teachers: Gary Whitman, Andrew Crisanti and Francois Kloc. Type of participants: Clarinetists. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, technique, pedagogy, repertoire and sight reading. Cost: $110 w/out housing. Contact: Gary Whitman, professor of clarinet; (817) 257-6622, fax: (817) 257-7344; g.whitman@tcu.edu.

TCU/Yamaha "Sounds of Summer" Marching Percussion Workshop, Fort Worth, 6/27-6/28. Featured teachers: Brian West and Tom Float. Type of participants: Percussionists. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional. Emphasis: Drumline, technique, repertoire and sight reading. Cost: $110 w/out housing. Contact: Brian West, professor of percussion; (817) 257-5759, fax: (817) 257-7344; b.west@tcu.edu.

Texas Conservatory for Young Artists (See advertisement on page 57.)

Sam Wong, director, Texas Conservatory for Young Artists, 4428 Boston Dr., Piano, TX 75093; (972) 985-0392; tcya@flash.net; www.tcya.org

Texas Conservatory for Young Artists, Plano, 6/19-6/26. Featured teachers: Yoheved Kaplinsky, Robert Weirich, Joan Havill, Bryce Morrison and Harold Heiberg. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, workshops, master classes and performances. Cost: Participants: $350, student observers: $160, teachers: $75, all prices w/out housing.

Texas Tech University (See advertisement on page 48.)

Anna Whitlock Henry, coordinator, special activities, Texas Tech University, School of Music, Box 42033, Lubbock, TX 79409-2033; (806) 742-2225, fax: (806) 742-4193; anna.mw.henry@ttu.edu; www.ttu.edu/MusicCamps

Cambridge University/Texas Tech University Summer Choral Institute, Lubbock, 7/17-7/22. Featured teachers: John Dickson and David Hill. Type of participants: Conductors. Age or grade level: Professional. Emphasis: Chamber music, private lessons and repertoire. Cost: To be announced.

Texas Tech All State Choir Camp, Lubbock, 6/26-6/29. Featured teacher: John Dickson. Type of participants: Vocalists. Age or grade level: Grades 9-12. Emphasis: Ensembles, technique, repertoire, sight reading and Texas All-State Audition Music. Cost: To be announced.

Texas Tech Band/Orchestra Camp, Lubbock, 7/9-7/16. Featured teachers: Gary Lewis and Christopher Anderson. Type of participants: Woodwind, brass and string instrumentalists and percussionists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, sight reading, theory and electronic and computer music. Cost: To be announced.

University of Houston

Alan Austin, executive director, University of Houston, Moores School of Music, 120 School of Music Bldg., Houston, TX 77204-4017; (713) 743-3167, fax: (713) 743-3166; tmf@uh.edu; www.uh.edu/texasmusicfestival

Texas Music Festival, Houston, 6/5-7/2. Featured teachers: Franz Anton Krager, Marek Pijarowski, Horst Foerster and Carl St. Clair. Type of participants: Orchestral instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Collegiate. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, private lessons and repertoire. Cost: $950 with housing.

Texas Music Festival Jazz Institute, Houston, 6/5-6/10. Featured teachers: Noe Marmolejo, Woodrow Witt and Dennis Dotson. Type of participants: Jazz instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Ensembles, improvisation, jazz, technique and repertoire. Cost: $525 with housing; $250 w/out housing.

Texas Music Festival Piano Institute, Houston, 6/18-6/26. Featured teachers: Nancy Weems, John Weems, Timothy Hester and Larry Graham. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, history, private lessons, technique and repertoire. Cost: $665 with housing; $300 w/out housing.

The University of Texas at Austin

Kathryn Van Zandt, special programs coordinator, The University of Texas at Austin, School of Music, 1 University Station E3100, Austin, TX 78712; (512) 232-2080, fax: (512) 232-3907; lmc@www.utexas.edu; www.longhornmusiccamp.org

Longhorn Music Camp High School All-State Choir, Austin, 6/22-6/25. Type of participants: Vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, technique and repertoire. Cost: $350 with housing; $200 w/out housing.

Longhorn Music Camp High School All-State String Workshop, Austin, 6/22-6/25. Type of participants: String instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, technique and repertoire. Cost: $350 with housing; $200 w/out housing.

Longhorn Music Camp High School Band, Austin, 6/22-6/25 and 6/26-7/2. Type of participants: Wind instrumentalists and percussionists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, history, private lessons, technique, repertoire, theory, workshops and electronic and computer music. Cost: $520 with housing; $350 w/out housing.

Longhorn Music Camp High School Harp Solo and Ensemble Workshop, Austin, 6/12-6/18. Type of participants: Harpists. Age or grade level: High school. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, private lessons, technique and workshops. Cost: $545 with housing; $375 w/out housing.

Longhorn Music Camp High School Piano Performance Workshop, Austin, 7/10-7/21. Featured teachers: Nancy Garrett and David Penner. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary (graduates of grades 9-12). Emphasis: Soloists, history, private lessons, technique, repertoire, theory and workshops. Cost: $575 with housing; $275 w/out housing.

Longhorn Music Camp Honors Wind Ensemble, Austin, 6/26-7/2. Featured teachers: Jerry Junkin and UT faculty. Type of participants: Wind instrumentalists and percussionists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, history, private lessons, technique, repertoire, theory, workshops and electronic and computer music. Cost: $200 with housing.

Longhorn Music Camp Middle School Band, Austin, 6/12-6/18. Type of participants: Wind instrumentalists and percussionists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, private lessons, repertoire and workshops. Cost: $520 with housing; $350 w/out housing.

Longhorn Music Camp Middle School String Orchestra, Austin, 6/19-6/25. Type of participants: String instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary (graduates of grades 6-8). Emphasis: Ensembles, private lessons, technique, repertoire and workshops. Cost: $520 with housing; $350 w/out housing.

Utah

Brigham Young University

Jean Hwang, Program assistant, Brigham Young University, Conference and Workshops, 352 HCEB, Provo, UT 84150; (801) 422-7692, fax: (801) 422-0745; organworkshop@byu.edu; http://organworkshop.byu.edu

BYU Organ Workshop, Provo, 8/2-8/5. Featured teachers: Don Cook and Douglas Bush. Type of participants: Organists. Age or grade level: Elementary through collegiate. Emphasis: Soloists, accompanying, history, improvisation, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading and theory. Cost: To be announced with housing; $250 w/out housing.

Intermuse Academy, Provo, 6/6-6/17. Featured teachers: Marta Szabo, Lenke Igo and Jerry Jaccard. Type of participants: String instrumentalists, conductors and teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary, secondary, professional and studio teachers. Emphasis: Technique, pedagogy, repertoire and theory. Cost: To be announced with housing; $750 w/out housing. Credit available.

Vocal Beauty Boot Camp, Provo, 8/2-8/5. Featured teacher: Clayne Robison. Type of participants: Vocalists and teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary through collegiate. Emphasis: Soloists, technique and repertoire. Cost: To be announced with housing; $275 w/out housing.

Young Musicians' Summer Festival, Pro-o, 6/12-6/18. Featured teachers: BYU School of Music faculty. Type of participants: Vocalists and instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Ages 14-18. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, popular music, workshops and electronic and computer music. Cost: To be announced.

Vermont

Adamant Music School (See advertisement on page 53.)

M'Lou Gillespie, public relations director, Adamant Music School, 1241 Haggett Rd., Adamant, VT 05640; (802) 229-9297, fax: (802) 223-0915; info@adamant.org; www.adamant.org

2005 Traditional Session, Adamant, 7/16-8/13. Featured teachers: University grade faculty members. Type of participants: Pianists and teachers. Age or grade level: High school and older. Emphasis: Soloists. Cost: $1,775 with housing; $450 w/out housing.

Marlboro Music School and Festival

Drew Armstrong, admissions assistant, Marlboro Music School and Festival, 135 S. 18th St., 1st Fl., Philadelphia, PA 19103; (215) 569-4690, fax: (215) 569-9497; auditions@marlboromusic.org; wwv.marlboromusic.org

Marlboro Music School and Festival, Marlboro, 6/30-8/14. Featured teachers: Richard Goode and Mitsuko Uchida. Type of participants: Violinists, violists, cellists, clarinetists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Soloists and chamber music. Cost: Fellowship with housing.

Point CounterPoint

Paul Roby, director, Point Counterpoint, P.O. Box 3181, Terre Haute, IN 47803; (812) 877-3745, fax: (812) 877-2174; pointcp@aol.com; www.pointcp.com

Point CounterPoint Chamber Music Camp for Strings and Piano, Lake Dunmore, 6/26-7/16 and 7/18-8/13. Type of participants: Violinists, violists, cellists and pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary, Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, private lessons, theory and music studies. Cost: $2,675-$3,250 with housing.

Virginia

Shenandoah University

Shenandoah University, Conservatory of Music, 1460 University Dr., Winchester, VA 22601; (540) 545-7210, fax: (540) 665-5402; www.su.edu

Shenandoah Conservatory Performing Arts Camp, Winchester, 7/4-7/24 (secondary level begins 7/10). Featured teachers: Shenandoah Conservatory faculty and national and international instructors and guests. Type of participants: Band, orchestral and jazz instrumentalists, vocalists, conductors and teachers. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, repertoire, technique and sight reading. Cost: $900 for two weeks with housing; $565 for two weeks w/out housing. Credit available.

Washington

Music Center of the Northwest

Janice Gookel, PSCW director, Music Center of the Northwest, P.O. Box 30757, Seattle, WA 98113-0757; (206) 526-5443, fax: (206) 526-8568; pscw@mcnw.org; www.mcnw.org

Puget Sound Chamber Music Workshop, Issaquah, 7/11-7/16. Featured teachers: Kevin Krentz, Miriam Shanges, Thane Lewis, Joyce Rained and Joan Woodard. Type of participants: String instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Adult amateurs. Emphasis: Chamber music and sight reading. Cost: $560-$690 with housing; $365 w/out housing.

Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestras

Mary Jensen, festival coordinator, Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestras, Marrowstone Music Festival, 11065 5th Ave., N.E., Ste. A, Seattle, WA 98125; (206) 362-2300, fax: (206) 361-9254; marrowstone@syso.org; www.marrowstone.org

Marrowstone Music Festival, Bellingham, 7/24-8/14. Featured teachers: Huw Edwards, Hal Grossman, Stephen Balderston, Dale Clevenger and Rebecca Henderson. Type of participants: Orchestral instrumentalists, harpists and pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, technique, workshops and orchestra. Cost: See website for costs with and w/out housing. Credit available.

University of Washington

Julia Schnebly-Black, director of eurhythmics, University of Washington, Extension Department, 4001 11th Ave. N.E., Seattle, WA 98105; phone and fax: (206) 527-7034; jsbamb@earthlink.net

Dalcroze Eurhythmics, Seattle, 8/1-8/5 Dalcroze in the Classroom; 8/8-8/12 Dalcroze in the Studio. Featured teachers: Julia Schnebly-Black and Stephen Moore. Type of participants: Conductors, teachers and performers. Age or grade level: Elementary, collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Improvisation, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, sight reading, Dalcroze Eurhythmics and body movement. Cost: $655 per week with housing; $385 per week w/out housing. Credit available.

West Virginia

The Augusta Heritage Center of Davis and Elkins College

Margo Blevin, director, Davis and Elkins College, Augusta Heritage Center, 100 Campus Dr., Elkins, WV 26241; (304) 637-1209, fax: (304) 637-1317; augusta@augustaheritage.com; www.augustaheritage.com

Augusta Heritage Arts Workshops, Elkins, 4/17-4/23 and 7/10-8/14. Type of participants: Instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Recreational. Emphasis: Accompanying, history, improvisation, technique, repertoire, sight reading and workshops. Cost: $695 with housing; $395 w/out housing. Credit available.

Wisconsin

Birch Creek Music Performance Center

Kaye Wagner, executive director, Birch Creek Music Performance Center, 3821 County E., Egg Harbor, WI 54209; (920) 868-3763, fax: (920) 868-1643; mainoffice@birchcreek.org; www.birchcreek.org

Birch Creek Music Performance Center, Egg Harbor, 6/20-8/13. Type of participants: Symphony, world percussion and jazz instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, workshops and electronic and computer music. Cost: $1,150 with housing.

Lawrence University, Academy of Music (See advertisement on page 55.)

Fred Snyder, director, Lawrence University, Academy of Music, P.O. Box 599, Appleton, WI 54912; (920) 832-6632, fax: (920) 993-6039; www.lawrence.edu/dept/acad_music

Band Camp, Appleton, 7/17-7/23. Type of participants: Band instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, sight reading, workshops and theory. Cost: $395 with housing.

University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

Ruth Daniels, program assistant, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Summer Arts Camps, 1101 Reserve St., CAC 324, Stevens Point, WI 54481; (715) 346-3956, fax: (715) 346-2718; summer.arts.camps@uwsp.edu; www.uwsp.edu/cofac/pointartscamps

Point Music Camp-High School Session, Stevens Point, 6/26-7/2. Type of participants: Band and string instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading and theory. Cost: $485-$515 with housing; $435-$465 w/out housing.

Point Music Camp-Middle School Session, Stevens Point, 6/19-6/25. Type of participants: Band and string instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, improvisation, jazz, technique, sight reading and theory. Cost: $485-$515 with housing; $435-$465 w/out housing.

International

Haring KEG-Organization of Workshops with the Vienna Boys' Choir

Michael Haring, Managing Director, Haring KEG, Gruenentorgasse 10/7, Vienna, Austria A-1090 Vienna; 664-18-111-80, fax: 1-317-54-60; world.choral, festivals@chello.at; www.austrianfestivals.at

One Day Workshop with the Vienna Boys' Choir, Vienna, daily from June-September (except public and school holidays). Featured teacher: Gerald Wirth. Type of participants: Vocalists, conductors and teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary through collegiate. Emphasis: Ensembles. Cost: $250 per active singer, with housing.

Two-and/or Three-Day Summer Workshops with the Vienna Boys' Choir, Vienna, July and August. Featured teacher: Gerald Wirth. Type of participants: Vocalists, conductors and teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary through collegiate. Emphasis: Ensembles and workshops. Cost: 2-day workshops: $550 per active singer; 3-day workshops: $650 per active singer, both with housing.

Music Studies Abroad

William Krakauer, Music Studies Abroad, 342 W. 85th St., New York, NY 10024; (212) 724-7933, fax: (212) 724-5991; wk@musicstudiesabroad.com; www.musicstudiesabroad.com

Academie Musicale Internationale "Barbara Krakauer," Vaison-la-Romaine, Provence, France, 7/16-8/6. Featured teachers: Marie-Christine Martinie-Myron, Odile Bourin, Marilyn Engle, Richard Myron and Marissa Byers. Type of participants: Violinists, violists, cellists, double bassists, clarinetists and pianists. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire and sight reading. Cost: $1,700 with housing.

New York University (See advertisement on page 52.)

Esther Lamneck, artistic director, New York University, Music and Performing Arts, 35 W. 4th St., Ste. 777, New York, NY 10003; (212) 998-5441, fax: (212) 995-4043; el2@nyu.edu

Music, Dace and Technology in Italy, Genoa, Italy, 7/4-7/22. Featured teachers: Esther Lamneck, Douglas Dunn and Antonio Camurri. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, dancers and teachers. Age or grade level: Collegiate, professional and upperlevel undergraduates. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, improvisation, technique, repertoire, workshops and electronic and computer music. Cost: $872 per credit point, w/out housing.

Sopron Conservatory of Music

William Wellborn, instructor, San Francisco Conservatory, 1201 Ortega St., San Francisco, CA 94116; (415) 759-3400, ext. 3518, fax: (415) 759-3499; pianoleg@aol.com

Franz Liszt Summer Piano Academy and Festival, Sopron, Hungary, 7/15-7/29. Featured teachers: William Wellborn, Adam Wibrowsky and Gergely Boganyi. Type of participants: Pianists and teachers. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, history, private lessons, technique, pedagogy and excursions to Liszt's birthplace. Cost: $1,250 with housing.

Statement Solutions Worldwide, Inc.

Anne Woodyard, director, Statement Solutions Worldwide, Inc., 12717 Carlsbad Ct., Oak Hill, VA 20171; (877) 260-6383, fax: (703) 476-4774; tours@musicetc.us; www.musicetc.us

Music and Markets, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 8/17-8/22. Type of participants: Music lovers. Emphasis: Chamber music and history. Cost: $1,999-$2,349 with housing.

Music and Markets, Prague, Czech Republic, 5/28-6/3. Type of participants: Music lovers. Emphasis: Chamber music and history. Cost: $2,450-$2,750 with housing.

Music and Markets, Provence, France, 7/23-7/30. Type of participants: Music lovers. Emphasis: Chamber music and history Cost: $2,795-$2,999 with housing.

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Donald L. Oehler, professor of music, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of Music, Hill Hall, CB #3320, Chapel Hill, NC 27599; (919) 962-1042, fax: (919) 926-3376; dloehler@email.unc.edu; www.morges.unc.edu

Cours International de Musique, Morges, Switzerland, 7/9-7/23. Featured teachers: Kati, Sebestyen, Ervin Schiffer, Donald Oehler, Freddy Arteel and Benjamin Rawitz. Type of participants: String and woodwind instrumentalists, French hornists and pianists. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Ensembles, some solo work, chamber music and private lessons. Cost: $980 with housing. Credit available.

Valparaiso University

Andrew Smith, Director, SIME Valparaiso University, Music Department, Center for the Arts, Valparaiso, IN 46383; (219) 464-5080; mail@stamfordmusicfestival.com; www.stamfordmusicfestival.com

Stamford International Music Festival, Stamford, England, 7/31-8/14. Featured teachers: Castillon Piano Trio, Wayman Chin and Dan Leetch. Type of participants: String instrumentalists, pianists and teachers. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, private lessons, technique, workshops and master classes. Cost: $1,400 with housing.

Varna International Piano Master Class and Competition (See advertisement on page 47.)

Kalin Tchonev, Director, Varna International Piano Master Class and Competition, 303 Gandy Ct., West Columbia, SC 29169; (803) 358-2382, fax: (803) 358-6823; varnaworkshop@yahoo.com; www.varnaworkshop.com

Varna International Piano Master Class and Competition, Varna, Bulgaria, 5/19-5/27. Featured teachers: John Kenneth Adams, Marina Lomazov, Joseph Rackers, Anna Varbanova and Soon Bae Kim. Type of participants: Pianists, Age or grade level: Secondary through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, technique, pedagogy, repertoire and competition. Cost: $1,350 with housing.

Zephyr International Chamber Music Course and Festival

Mack McCray, Artistic Director, Zephyr International Chamber Music Course and Festival, 2123 26th Ave., San Francisco, CA 94116; (415) 753-5334, fax: (415) 242-5688; admin@zehpyrmusicfest.org; www.zephyrmusicfest.org

Zephyr International Chamber Music Course and Festival, Courmayeur, Italy, 6/29-7/19. Featured teachers: Mack McCray, Felicia Moye, Benjamin Simon, Martin Osten and Meikui Matsushima. Type of participants: Violinists, violists, cellists and pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional. Emphasis: Ensembles and chamber music. Cost: $2,250 with housing.

Multiple Locations

Hal Leonard Corporation (See advertisement on page 1.)

Heidi Steeno, Piano Day Spa coordinator, Hal Leonard Corporation, 7777 W. Bluemound Rd., Milwaukee, WI 53213; (800) 322-1127 or (414) 774-3630, fax: (414) 774-3259; piano@halleonard.com; www.halleonard.com

Hal Leonard Piano Day Spa 2005, see below for dates and locations. Featured teachers: Phillip Keveren, Fred Kern, Mona Rejino, Nancy O'Neill Breth, Peggy Otwell and Lynda Garcia. Type of participants: Pianists and teachers. Age or grade level: Professional. Emphasis: Improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, workshops, theory, popular music, electronic and computer music and technology. Cost: $60 w/out housing. Dates and locations: 8/6, Lakewood Cultural Center, Lakewood, CO; 8/20, Wisconsin Lutheran College Center for Arts & Performance, Milwaukee, WI; 9/17, Roland Corporation U.S. Headquarters, Los Angeles, CA.

Music Together (See advertisement on page 83.)

Carole Moore, national workshops coordinator, Music Together, Teacher Training Department, 66 Witherspoon St., Princeton, NJ 08542; (800) 728-2692, ext. 329, fax: (609) 924-5161; cmoore@musictogether.com; www.musictogether.com

Teacher Training Workshops, visit www.musictogether.com for training workshop dates and locations. Featured teachers: Ken Guilmartin, Lili Levinowitz, Lynne Ransom, Susan Darrow and Susan Hoffman. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary. Emphasis: Early childhood. Cost: Varies between $400 and $450 w/out housing. Credit available.

Music Unlimited

Gene and Audrey Grief, directors, Music Unlimited, P.O. Box 997, Clarkston, MI 48347; phone and fax: (248) 625-7057; MUWorkshops@aol.com

Sacred Choral Music Reading Session, see below for dates and locations. Featured teachers: Gene and Audrey Grier. Type of participants: Conductors and church choir directors. Age or grade level: Professional. Emphasis: Repertoire. Cost: $50 w/out housing. Dates and locations: 7/16, Highland Park Baptist Church, Southfield, MI; 7/23, Point Lorna Nazarene University, San Diego, CA; First Lutheran Church, DeKalb, IL; 8/6, First United Methodist Church, DeKalb, IL; 8/13, Fairview Village Church of the Nazarene, Audubon, PA.

Sacred Choral Music Reading Session, Southfield, MI, 9/24. Featured teachers: Gene and Audrey Grier. Type of participants: Vocalists, teachers and youth choir directors and singers. Age or grade level: Elementary, secondary and professional. Emphasis: Technique, repertoire, popular music and workshops. Cost: $30 w/out housing.

Elementary and Middle School Workshop, 9/17, Rochester, MI. Featured teachers: Gene and Audrey Grier. Type of participants: Vocalists and teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary, secondary and professional. Emphasis: Technique, repertoire, popular music and workshops. Cost: $50 w/out housing.

Musikgarten (See advertisement on page 12.)

Denise Wallington, Musikgarten, 507 Arlington St., Greensboro, NC 27406; (800) 216-6864, fax: (336) 272-0581; event@musikgarten.org; www.musikgarten.org

Early Childhood and Group Piano for Beginners, see below for dates and locations. Featured teachers: Varies by location. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level: Early childhood or elementary level. Emphasis: Pedagogy, group teaching, ear training, sight reading, improvisation and technique. Cost: $435-$1,140 with housing; $235-545 w/out housing (varies by location). Credit available. Dates and locations: 6/12-6/17, Cincinnati, OH; 6/12-6/17, Coral Gables, FL; 6/19-6/24, Colorado Springs, CO; 6/19-6/24, Dallas, TX; 6/26-7/l, Baltimore, MD; 6/26-7/1, St. Paul, MN; 6/26-7/1, Charlotte, NC; 7/10-7/15, Atlanta, GA; 7/10-7/15, Kansas City, KS; 7/10-7/15, Coquitlam, British Columbia; 7/10-7/16, Worcester, MA; 7/17-7/22, Wheaton, IL; 7/17-7/22, Richmond, VA; 7/17-7/22, Toronto, Ontario; 7/24-7/29, San Jose, CA; 8/1-8/5, Provo, UT; 8/21-8/26, Seattle, WA; TBA, Ann Arbor, MI; TBA, Appleton, WI.
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